How would you describe a high five?
Likewise, what is a high five sentence?
A simple sentence with “high-five” contains a subject and a verb, and it may also have an object and modifiers.
One may also ask, is HIGH FIVE an idiom? ˌhigh ˈfive. (especially American English) an action to celebrate victory or to express happiness in which two people raise one arm each and hit their open hands together: Way to go! High five! ♢ Her teammates cheered and gave her a high five.
Similarly one may ask, is there a hyphen in High Five?
Many open noun phrases, when used as verbs, are hyphenated, as is the case with “high five,” which as a verb is styled high-five. However, double-check such usage, because some hyphenated verb phrases evolve into closed compounds, and leapfrog is one of these that has done so.
What does a high five mean from a guy?
High fives. Yes it's innocent, and doesn't always mean that someone likes you in that way, but for us it remains a staple of flirtation. This probably goes hand-in-hand with high-fives (no pun intended), but if someone likes you, they will find a way to get their hands on you.