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adjective as in orbited

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One of my greatest phobias is getting rocketed while showering or using the bathroom, so I keep those trips hasty.

It even rocketed him to a spot on Good Morning America, where they proclaimed him a “gay country star.”

Since then, however, support for marriage equality has rocketed into the mainstream.

His emerging mining and energy conglomerate rocketed to the top of the São Paulo stock market.

The strong month also rocketed the company past Nissan to the year-to-date sales lead.

Over and over again coveys of small birds rocketed up from beside the road and dived to cover after he had passed.

Somehow the old man had found one of his guns, and cried aloud in savage hate as he rocketed shot after shot toward the doorway.

The volunteer had rocketed himself across the emptiness between the two again-separated ships.

On the screen the mountains danced weirdly as the set rocketed swiftly away and then came the glint of red and yellow desert.

Up onto an elevated roadway sped their cab where it rocketed along at forty-five miles an hour.


On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to rocketed, such as: launched, placed into orbit, put up, sent into orbit, and sent up.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.