Am I using the correct grammar by not having high quality hyphenated?

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    You are going against common style guides that would have you hyphenate high quality when it is used as an adjective. But using a less common style doesn't mean that it's actually ungrammatical. – Jason Bassford Feb 26 at 22:10
  • @JasonBassford If you format that as an answer I'll accept it thank you! – Ovaryraptor Feb 26 at 22:23

If you want to follow the intended use of English language, then you want to hyphenate in that situation. It's the difference between having a high quality, and being high-quality.

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