- base *keuk-. The derived
noun height, also the obsolete forms heighth
, is from Old English
héahþu, as it were from Proto-Germanic...
- utmost, in p****ages such as these: ....Into what Pit thou seest
From what highth
fal'n, so much the stronger provd
He with his Thunder: and till then who...
the first rhymes
with Yezd. Colloquial
is /ˈhaɪtθ/. In RP, highth
(= drought), rithe, etc., but is obsolete. Two...
- "What in me is dark Illumine/what is low raise
and support;/That to the highth
of this great
Argument/I may ****ert th' Eternal
Providence, And justifie...
- don't have a gender) big mouth, their
leader. It follows
" in order
its constant offerings