noun: The more elevated side of a white-water raft that is either hung up or about to be hung up on a rock.
verb: To lean on the highside of a white-water raft to prevent the other side from being sucked under by the current, which will probably flip the raft.
When the rapid sent our raft out-of-control into a rock, the guide shouted "highside!" and everyone on my side, the far side of the raft from the rock, piled onto the other side.
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