Recent Examples of skybox from the Web
Vanish Point, which features a 70-foot free fall, will let riders choose between two skyboxes, each of which will send them through 425 feet of spiraling tubes.
Trump is expected to watch the game from a skybox overlooking the field.
Joe Ricketts, whose family owns the Chicago Cubs, watches life roll by from a skybox.
One memorable Getty Images photo showed the skybox on No.
Key and Peele are taking over the red carpet, SNL's Jay Pharoah and comedian Nicole Byer will have their turn at the mic, and DJ Khaled with host the pre-show and report from the skybox throughout the evening.
The Long Beach State crowd will be in the bar and restaurant’s skybox so fans are guaranteed seating despite St. Patrick’s Day festivities.
Fulmer gets eight skybox tickets to every home game.
In some cases, their traditional exteriors are mere window dressing for facilities, such as St. Louis' Busch Stadium, that have grown gargantuan because they're jammed with stores, restaurants and skyboxes.
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Definition of skybox for English Language Learners
: an area with a roof and private seats near the top of a sports stadium
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