In high form

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This is an extract from the novel Gentle Rogue by Johanna Lindsey.

"If she hadn't been standing about gawking—"
"I'm partly to blame for that," James cut in.
"Oh? Did I miss something, like seeing you down there nailing her feet to the deck?"
"In high form, aren't we? But notice, old friend, that I'm not amused."

Would you like to give me the meaning of "in high form" in this case? Thanks.
  • ewie

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    English English
    Hullo Duc. [You're] in high form = "You're performing very well today", here specifically "You're being very funny today":)
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