skyward

[ skahy-werd ]SEE DEFINITION OF skyward

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SKYWARD

She was thinking, 'Skyward's in Bond Street used to have lovely lace.

The skyward lift is only to be found in the Gothic; it is of the very spirit of the race.

And even the women she met unconsciously assisted her skyward.

In his desperation he cocked the weapon, and pointing it skyward pulled the trigger.

We did not know how soon the lightning might send us all skyward.

The third skyward road is the alternation between the other two.

One of the shots from the Texas had landed in a powder magazine and sent it skyward.

All went well for a few months, when crude suddenly took a skyward turn, owing to the manipulation of speculators.

In a little while her breathing grew more regular; her eyes closed for a moment, then opened thoughtfully, skyward.

A book of the same kind for our very small brothers and sisters is Skyward and Back, price 30 cents, post-paid.

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