Examples of skyward in a Sentence
Everyone looked skyward as the jets passed by.
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Orlando Magic forward Jonathan Isaac and Magic center Mo Bamba converged on Jackson and elevated skyward — Isaac’s right arm and Bamba’s left arm extending upward, toward the arena’s roof.
Nets of protein and starch from the milk powder and wheat flour act like parachutes, riding waves of gas bubbles from yeast and evaporating water to buoy the feather-soft bun skyward.
Most are mundane, like Manning stealing Webb’s pen and keeping it for himself, or getting Webb to look skyward and then sticking a handful of mud in his mouth.
Like its predecessors—the Countach, Diablo, and Murciélago—the Aventador SV is an impossibly wide, ridiculously low-slung blade of a car, with doors that scissor skyward and a huge V-12 behind the seats.
During the fly-past that caps off the annual event, a giddy Prince George was chuckling and pointing skyward.
The van landed on its roof, its four wheels faced skyward and aluminum parts, shattered window glass and other debris surrounded the scene.
And because the glacier the dunes adorn is made predominantly of soft nitrogen ice, scientists think the methane sand comes from snowcaps atop those nearby mountains as well, which reach more than 10,000 feet skyward.
Kotowski raised his left arm in triumph halfway down the first-base line, his index finger pointed skyward as his majestic blast soared over the left-field fence to give Providence a 1-0 lead.
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SKYWARD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of skyward for English Language Learners
: toward the sky : up into the sky
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