rolling high

rolling high

A prolonged, mild euphoria resulting from intoxication by alcohol or drugs. I did four shots of vodka with my energy drink so I would have a rolling high throughout the flight. Smoking that joint gave me a rolling high all day.
See also: high, roll
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Norris designed the rolling high tunnel to traverse four 48-foot plots over the course of the year.
"Both SSI's Redcar Plant and the Lackenby Beam Mill would benefit from this, as could the Skinningrove plant in East Cleveland which has had a history of forging and rolling high quality rail.
The desert hamlet that sits on the rolling high ground of the mountains of western Libya, a small collection of houses, shops and a mosque astride a single two-lane asphalt road, had fallen back to the initial controllers, the Al Qathafi forces Wednesday after some fierce fighting during which the regime troops had overrun the rebel advance positions and forced them to flee.
In addition, the company prepares rolling high level forecasts and each division prepares a three-year strategic plan."
As onward from the sport I passed, One lingering look behind I cast, A wave came rolling high and fast, And washed my lines away ..." Hannah Flagg Gould, A Name in the Sand
A revue of Irish step-dancing gussied up with a high-tech emotional and theatrical varnish, "Riverdance" has become a worldwide phenom, with three touring companies (two U.S.-based) and two bestselling videos all rolling high grosses into the coffers of producer Moya Doherty's Abhann Prods., a Dublin-based company with no previous legit experience -- and no U.S.
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