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ride high

Enjoy success, as in He's been riding high ever since they made him vice-president. The high here alludes to both elevated and elated status. [First half of 1800s]
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ride high

be successful.
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ride high

To experience success.
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Classic beauty Malandra Burrows, who first galloped to fame 12 years ago as Emmerdale stable girl Kathy Tate, now hopes to ride high in Hollywood.
Slipping into the adjacent seat, Stupak kept up the banter, obviously intent on tweaking nerves on this test run of the Let It Ride High Roller, a white-knuckle adventure ride atop the tower dubbed ``Stupak's Folly'' when Stupak announced plans for the tower in 1990 because of its location, battles over height restrictions and financing concerns.
left, wa ves as the Let It Ride High Roller starts a test run atop the Stratosphere Tower.
However, pessimism continues to ride high on the biotechnology stock.
MONICA: Past double-platinum in its 49th week on the Pop and R&B album charts, THE BOY IS MINE is expected to ride high all the way through Christmas on the strength of "Street Symphony," the new fourth single, follow-up to "Angel Of Mine," "The First Night," and the Grammy-winning title tune "The Boy Is Mine," Monica's duet with Brandy.