MEANING: adjective: Of high quality, amount, or degree.
verb intr.: To steal, especially by taking high-quality parts from something.

ETYMOLOGY: From high, from Old English heah + grade, from French grade, from Latin gradus (degree). Earliest documented use: 1826, for verb: 1904.


HIGH-TRADE - keeps its value well over the years

NIGH-GRADE - close to a hill

HIGH-GRACE - the Pope's blessing