skyward

adverb sky·ward \ ˈskī-wərd \
Updated on: 9 Nov 2017

Definition of skyward

1 : toward the sky
2 : upward

Examples of skyward in a Sentence

  1. Everyone looked skyward as the jets passed by.

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First Known Use of skyward

1655


SKYWARD Defined for English Language Learners

skyward

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Definition of skyward for English Language Learners

  • : toward the sky : up into the sky


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