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1sky–high

adverb \ˈskī-ˈhī\

: to a very high degree, level, or amount

Full Definition of SKY-HIGH

1
a :  high into the air
b :  to a high or exorbitant level or degree <lifted my spirit sky–high — Elmer Morriss>
2
:  in an enthusiastic manner
3
:  to bits :  apart <blown sky–high>

First Known Use of SKY-HIGH

1818

2sky–high

adjective

: extremely high

Full Definition of SKY-HIGH

1
:  excessively expensive :  exorbitant
2
:  extremely or excessively high <her blood pressure was sky–high>

First Known Use of SKY-HIGH

1945

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