at the high port definition

  • phrase:
    • held with two hands like in "port arms", but transported well over the head. The large interface is often the position taught for running (during the double) or billing.
    • sticking up; (of hair, etc) standing at a marked angle
    • held in front of the human body, particularly in an authoritative or intense means
    • at once, rapidly; unhesitatingly, vigorously.
    • Positioned prepared for instant use.
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