Examples of skyward in a Sentence
Everyone looked skyward as the jets passed by.
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Washington (AP) -- President Donald Trump squinted and pointed skyward before donning protective glasses to take in the solar eclipse at the White House.
Suddenly cellphones were pointed skyward, and Sege-Khalid’s children — Daniel, 8, and Jewels, 10 — danced around in the rain.
Tens of millions of people across the United States are expected to look skyward as the moon passes between the Earth and the sun, coating parts of the country in total darkness.
Butterflies churned inside Isaac’s stomach as referee Curtis Blair tossed the basketball skyward for the tipoff.
Set your sights on stargazing After the smoke clears from your neighborhood fireworks display, keep kids’ eyes pointed skyward.
The thin figure — its neck craned back, its eyes gazing skyward — evokes wonder.
As the jet engine throttles up, a powerful rush of water thrusts him skyward.
Wallingford: Wallingford will send its fireworks skyward at 9 p.m. at Moran Middle School.
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First Known Use of skyward
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Definition of skyward for English Language Learners
: toward the sky : up into the sky
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