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Not the soar of Amanda Gorman’s poem, or the thunderous power of Lady Gaga using a golden microphone to belt the national anthem.
He spoke with a grave and silvery pitch that made his words seem to soar lightly over his audience.
THE CHEQUERSJAMES RUNCIMAN
I have seen one swoop over a terrified flock, claw up a good-sized lamb, and soar away with it as if it were a mouse.
Its mountain peaks rise bare and rugged to the skies, where lordly eagles soar.
They sometimes soar perpendicularly to a considerable height, with a violent scream.
For wages climb upward with leaden feet, my friend, when prices soar with eagle wings.
The habit of the finch-lark is to soar to a little height and then drop to the ground, with wings closed, singing as it descends.
At this season they frequently rise high above the earth and soar, emitting plaintive cries.
As long as I live, my proudest memories, like royal eagles, will soar round the cold desolate crags of the Trans-Himalaya.
They pretended to fight, stooped at one another, soared off in long spirals to stoop and soar and stoop again.

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