Meaning of high post in English:

high post

Pronunciation /ˈhʌɪ pəʊst/ /ˌhʌɪ ˈpəʊst/

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adjective

US
  • Designating a bed that has a tall upright post at each corner, often for the support of a canopy or curtains. Compare "four-post". Now chiefly historical.

noun

  • 1US historical A bed that has a tall upright post at each corner, often for the support of a canopy or curtains. Compare "four-poster".

  • 2Basketball
    The area of the court near the free-throw line on either side of the free-throw lane.

    Earliest in attributive use.

Origin

Early 19th century; earliest use found in National Intelligencer & Washington Advertiser. From high + post.