Examples of skyline in a Sentence
the New York City skyline
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Adding to your cocktails-in-large-things obsession is Loopy Doopy — the Conrad Hotel's rooftop bar in New York City — known for its epic skyline views and prosecco popsicle cocktails.
Downtown Atlanta has taken on a new shape with the distinctly different look of Mercedes-Benz Stadium now defining the skyline.
Then the skyline appears, the logos atop the buildings a testament to newer economies: finance and health-care giants, digital insurgents, and the sportswear behemoth Under Armour.
Take a good long look at the Chrysler Building needling over the skyline, because that view is going away — maybe not today, maybe not tomorrow, but soon and for the rest of your life.
Four tracker planes and a fire-fighting aircraft were sent in as thick black smoke billowed above the skyline.
In the poster, shared to Instagram by Disney, Emily Blunt stands in front of an image of the London skyline and wears a royal blue coat, red leather gloves, and a red hat tipped at an angle over one eye.
When Westbrook arrived at O Bar, a narrow lounge with skyline views on the seventh floor of the Ambassador, George was at a table with family and friends, eating chicken wings with macaroni and cheese.
If all goes well, the next addition to the Xinyi skyline will be the 51-story, 919-foot Taipei Sky Tower just north of Nan Shan Plaza, and the 52-story, 873.8-foot Fubon Group Xinyi Headquarters to its northeast.
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First Known Use of skyline
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Definition of skyline for English Language Learners
: the outline of buildings, mountains, etc., against the background of the sky
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