He represents the high-water mark of Ross Perot's Reform Party, which collapsed into irrelevance during the next decade.
Adderall—and, broadly, study drugs and the mystique surrounding them—is at its annual high-water mark this finals season.
“Most people say the House is the high-water mark and bills get weaker in the Senate, but the opposite is happening,” Booth said.
But even if they do, there is good reason to believe that the Democratic Party has reached its high-water mark.
The high-water mark remains 14,164.53, on October 11, 2007.
A dessert service of which this forms portion, is a very desirable acquisition, and represents stone china at its high-water mark.
It stood on the top of a rock detached from the mainland, surrounded at high-water.
The Crusade movement was in a certain sense the high-water mark of the conflict.
At high-water the vast flood, a mile in width, rushed along at the rate of five or six miles an hour.
Sometimes I have seen a “high-water mark” right down the middle of the cheek or just under the jaws or chin.
(also high water pants or high waders or flood pants) Trousers that are shorter than current fashion dictates, esp that end above the ankles: Look at his high waters!
[fr the notion that the trousers have been chosen or rolled up for walking through high water]