High spot

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High spot

An area of a tooth or restoration that feels abnormal or uncomfortable because it hits its opposing tooth before other teeth meet.
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Hugo is currently hitting the high spots in the world of entertainment and we're giving you the chance to win one of five pairs of tickets to his fabulous show in The Waterfront Hall, Belfast on May 17, 2001.
Des Loughery is also hitting the high spots, displaying the old snappy form.
I can't believe she's now hitting the high spots in Paris.
Joe is as popular as ever and enjoyed two box office record-breaking tours of the UK last year and has a new album out, Hitting the High Spots and a single, I'll See You in My Dreams.