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  • adj. Having a high arch

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Examples

  • There was an innate refinement, a languid queenly HAUTEUR about Gerty which was unmistakably evidenced in her delicate hands and higharched instep.

    Ulysses

  • Her shoes were the newest thing in footwear (Edy Boardman prided herself that she was very PETITE but she never had a foot like Gerty MacDowell, a five, and never would ash, oak or elm) with patent toecaps and just one smart buckle over her higharched instep.

    Ulysses

  • Her shoes were the newest thing in footwear (Edy Boardman prided herself that she was very _petite_ but she never had a foot like Gerty MacDowell, a five, and never would ash, oak or elm) with patent toecaps and just one smart buckle over her higharched instep.

    Ulysses

  • a languid queenly _hauteur_ about Gerty which was unmistakably evidenced in her delicate hands and higharched instep.

    Ulysses

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