Definition of high ground in English:

high ground

Syllabification: high ground

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noun

  • 1Land that is higher than the surrounding area, especially that which stays dry: they decided to climb to high ground and serve as lookouts
  • 2 (the high ground) A position of superiority in a debate: if he turns it down, he will have lost the moral high ground to the president

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