Too proud to stoop; averse to; disinclined; too honorable to give. (preposition)
Beyond; on the other side. (preposition)
On the upper half or the dorsal surface of an animal. (adverb)
Something, especially a person name in legal documents, that appears higher on the same page or on a preceding page. (noun)
Higher authority. (noun)
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Almost all are eagerly reaching forward to a station in life a little above what they can well afford, or struggling to do a business a little more extensive than they have capital or steady credit for; and thus they keep, all through life, _just above_ their means -- and just above, no matter by how small an excess, is inevitable misery.
Except a mineral be born "from above" -- from the Kingdom just _above_ it -- it cannot enter the Kingdom just above it.
Just below the ice, in cold such as the above, the sea was found to be 29 degrees _above_ zero.
In general the mercury will stand either above or below the neutral point; if _above_, a portion of the mercury must have left the cistern, and consequently must have