What are in high spirits?

  • (adj): Happy and excited and energetic.
    Synonyms: high

Some articles on high, spirit:

High Anxiety
... High anxiety is a non-technical term referring to a state of extreme fear or apprehension ... It may also mean High Anxiety, a film by Mel Brooks "High Anxiety", a song performed by Brooks in the film High Anxiety (album), a 2003 album by Therapy? also a 1995 album by Pet Lamb "High ...
Latency (engineering) - Computer Hardware and Operating System Latency
... commands that a computer card's voltage output be set high-low-high-low and so on at a rate of 1000 Hz ... The operating system may choose to adjust the scheduling of each transition (high-low or low-high) based on an internal clock ... and the hardware actually transitioning the voltage from high to low or low to high ...
Yamagata Prefecture - Climate
... Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year Record high °C (°F) 18.1 (64.6) 17.3 (63.1) 23.7 (74.7) 33.3 (91.9) 33.4 (92.1) 35.6 (96.1) 40.8 (105.4) 38.9 (102.0) 36.1 (97.0) 32.3 (90 ...
Unconventional Superconductor - History and Progress
... April 1986 - The term high-temperature superconductor was first used to designate the new family of cuprate-perovskite ceramic materials discovered by Johannes Georg Bednorz and Karl Alexander M ... Their discovery of the first high-temperature superconductor, LaBaCuO, with a transition temperature of 35 K, generated great excitement ... by a cuprate-perovskite material, possibly 164 K under high pressure ...
Heathers
... The film portrays four girls in a trend-setting clique at a fictional Ohio high school ... Michael Lehmann and producer Denise Di Novi the 1990 Independent Spirit Award for Best First Feature ... but went on to become a cult classic, with high rentals and sales business ...

Famous quotes containing the words spirits and/or high:

    He asked me whether I would not go with him to his house; I declined it, from an apprehension that my spirits would sink. We bade adieu to each other affectionately in the carriage. When he had got down upon the foot-pavement, he called out, “Fare you well;” and without looking back, sprung away with a kind of pathetick briskness, if I may use that expression, which seemed to indicate a struggle to conceal uneasiness, and impressed me with a foreboding of our long, long separation.
    James Boswell (1740–1795)

    It was a high counsel that I once heard given to a young person,—”Always do what you are afraid to do.”
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)