have a high old time


have a high old time
have a high old time old-fashioned phrase
to enjoy yourself a lot
Thesaurus: to enjoy something, or to enjoy yourselfsynonym
Main entry: high

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have a ˈhigh old time idiom
(old-fashioned, informal) to enjoy yourself very much
Main entry:highidiom

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