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See definition of skyward on Dictionary.com
  • as inlofty
  • as inoverhead
  • as inuphill
  • as inupward
  • as insky-high
  • as inupward
  • as inup

synonyms for skyward

  • soaring
  • towering
  • aerial
  • airy
  • high-rise
  • lifted
  • raised
  • sky-high
  • skyscraping
  • spiring
  • tall
  • aloft
  • atop
  • aerial
  • upward
  • upper
  • over
  • above
  • roof
  • hanging
  • in the sky
  • on high
  • overhanging
  • higher
  • up
  • acclivous
  • ascending
  • assurgent
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antonyms for skyward

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  • below
  • beneath
  • humble
  • low
  • modest
  • unobtrusive
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      How to use skyward in a sentence

      Aluminum prices have jumped to the highest in 10 years, driven skyward in part by a crackdown on energy usage in China.
      CHINA’S ENVIRONMENTAL GOALS ARE DRIVING ALUMINUM PRICES TO A 10-YEAR HIGHJOHN DETRIXHEAUGUST 30, 2021QUARTZ
      In another, two bodies fell from the plane as it climbed skyward.
      THE STORY OF AN AFGHAN MAN WHO FELL FROM THE SKYGERRY SHIH, NIHA MASIH, DAN LAMOTHEAUGUST 26, 2021WASHINGTON POST
      Vent discharges, however, occurred only when ash-rich plumes with volcanic lightning rocketed skyward at velocities greater than about 55 meters per second.
      INVISIBLE BURSTS OF ELECTRICITY FROM VOLCANOES SIGNAL EXPLOSIVE ERUPTIONSALKA TRIPATHY-LANGJULY 1, 2021SCIENCE NEWS
      Indeed, despite Warren’s 19th-century epiphany that the mummy in his care, named Padihershef, was a human being, the corpse remains under a glass case at the old surgical ward of the hospital, his head still unwrapped, staring forever skyward.
      IT MAY BE TIME FOR MUSEUMS TO RETURN EGYPTIAN MUMMIES TO THEIR COFFINSPURBITA SAHAJUNE 28, 2021POPULAR-SCIENCE
      In time, these species evolved to grow skyward in dense communities that now blocked the sun from the forest floor.
      DINOSAUR-KILLING ASTEROID RADICALLY CHANGED EARTH’S TROPICAL FORESTSCAROLYN GRAMLINGAPRIL 26, 2021SCIENCE NEWS FOR STUDENTS
      Also rising here and there in the expanse, clouds that wind skyward, spreading out in a powdery mist.
      YOU NEVER KNOW YOUR LUCK, COMPLETEGILBERT PARKER
      He experimented carefully, floating the rocks at different angles and then hurtling them skyward.
      RESTRICTED TOOLMALCOLM B. MOREHART
      He looked at the smashed automobiles, some with their four wheels pointing skyward like the stiffened legs of dead animals.
      TIME ENOUGH AT LASTLYN VENABLE
      The broncho's back arched like a bow, and the saddle went skyward.
      THE PONY RIDER BOYS IN TEXASFRANK GEE PATCHIN
      The man stopped, uttered an absurd little grunt, and thrust pudgy arms skyward.
      FLAPPERS AND PHILOSOPHERSF. SCOTT FITZGERALD
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      capacitor

      WORDS RELATED TO SKYWARD

      • aerial
      • airy
      • high-rise
      • lifted
      • raised
      • sky-high
      • skyscraping
      • skyward
      • soaring
      • spiring
      • tall
      • towering
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