high, soaring, sky-high, aerial, aloft; distant, remote, faraway, far-reaching; skyward, heavenly, celestial, empyreal, supernal.
2. grand, distinguished, noted, eminent, famous, well-known, celebrated, esteemed; renowned, illustrious, prominent, predominant, leading, preeminent, notable, Archaic, eximious; legendary, immortal, fabled, memorable; honorable, venerable, revered, respected; dignified, distinguished, stately, august; sublime, exalted, magnificent, majestic, imposing, imperious; lordly, noble, kingly, queenly, imperial, princely, magisterial; aristocratic, patrician, well-bred, genteel, gentle, blue-blooded, thoroughbred.
3. arrogant, haughty, proud, self-important, vainglorious, peacockish; overconfident, overweening, conceited, high-and-mighty, snobbish, Inf. snotty, Inf snooty, Inf. stuck up, Inf. uppish, Inf. uppity, on one's high horse; pompous, inflated, puffed up, egotistic, condescending, Inf. toplofty; disdainful, supercilious, cavalier, contemptuous, scornful, insulting, contumelious.
log, n. 1. (all of wood) trunk, limb, branch; stump, block, chunk, piece; pole, beam, puncheon.
2. record, account, register, chart, tally, logbook; journal, diary, daybook.
-v. 3. (all of trees) cut down, chop down, bring down, hew, fell, drop; raze, level.
4. record, register, report, set down, chart; book, note, keep an account, keep a journal; jot down, make a note of; tally, tabulate, compile, amass, catalog.
5. travel, go, traverse, cover.
loggerhead, n. 1. blockhead, dunce, lunkhead, bonehead, knucklehead; fool, tomfool, dope, nincompoop, lightweight. See - blockhead.
2. at loggerheads quarreling, wrangling, bickering, squabbling; contending, feuding, estranged, on the outs; on the warpath, at each other's throats, at swords' points; opposed, at odds, at variance.
logging, n. lumbering, lumberjacking, woodcutting, woodchopping.
logic, n. 1. science of reasoning, dialectics, symbolic logic, logistic; polemics, art of disputation ot controversy.
2. reasoning, argumentation, ratiocination, process of reasoning; Logic, inference, Logic, deduction, Logic, induction, syllogization, syllogistic reasoning, synthesis, method of reasoning; chain or course or line of reasoning, argument, rationale, rationalization, explanation.
3. reason, sound judgment, good sense, presence of mind, foresight, wisdom; sense, Inf brains, SI. smarts, common sense, Inf. horse sense.
logical, adj. 1. logistic, logistical; deductive, inductive, inferential; syllogistic, syllogistical, rati-ocinative.
2. reasonable, rational, sound, sensible; smart, intelligent, wise, judicious, equitable.
logician, n. reasoner, dialectician, ratiocinator, logistician, syllogizer, casuist, Gk. Hist, sophist.
logistics, n. strategy, stratagems, plan or plans, tactics, strategics, maneuvers, moves; engineering, orchestration, coordination, masterminding; management, conducting, direction, Inf. quarterbacking, superintendence, supervision, oversight, handling, running, execution.
logjam, n. jam, bottleneck, tie-up, traffic jam, Fr. embouteillage, conjestion, clog, blockage, stoppage, C.B. Radio, parking lot.
logo, n. logotype, trademark, design, figure; trade name, manufacturer's or company name; Journalism. nameplate, masthead; letterhead, seal, stamp, mark, symbol.