Definition of thigh-high in English:

thigh-high

Syllabification: thigh-high
Pronunciation: /ˈTHīˌhī/

adjective

Reaching as high as a person’s thigh: [as adjective]: black thigh-high boots [as adverb]: skirts are sexily split thigh-high
More example sentences
  • When he emerged from Minneapolis in the late 1970s wearing thigh-high boots and bikini underwear, he seemed like a period curio: a creature sprung from disco-era clubland who played choppy funk on New Wave keyboards.
  • Her attire was crimson with only trimmings of the traditional black, and consisted of a skintight corset top, full-length skirt slit so high that it was practically cleaved in half, and skintight thigh-high boots.
  • Thankfully, she still dresses like a twenty-something new wave chick: miniskirt, thigh-high boots, glittery fishnet tights and artfully-ripped T-shirt.

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