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Fly High


Fly High - someone who is successful; someone who is doing well

  • My sister flies high. She has a great job.
  • Our class is flying high, because we just won a trip to Paris.
  • My husband is flying high. He just got a bonus from work.
  • My parents just brought a new house. We are flying high.
  • I am flying high. My business is going so well.
  • My daughter is flying high, because she just got accepted to a new job.

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