Noun(1) the atmosphere and outer space as viewed from the earth
Verb(1) throw or toss with a light motion
(1) Dorcas had never seen so much sky(2) The moon shown as brightly as white silk in the midnight sky above his head.(3) hundreds of stars were shining in the sky(4) They both lay there, looking at the early morning sky through the window of the tour bus.(5) Today her dress was the pure color of a summer sky on a clear day.(6) Asteroids of that size, however, are exceedingly difficult to observe in the twilight sky with ground-based telescopes.(7) The midnight blue of the nighttime sky grew suddenly darker.(8) What was once an empty backdrop of a starry sky was filled with a bright, silvery object.(9) His cold gaze focused on the starless sky outside the small stone window.(10) She crossed her arms under her head and leaned back then, watching the sky darken slowly.(11) The very end of the symphony is like a radiant summer sky at sunset.(12) After a long delay while Prokas was treated, Murray stepped up to sky the spot-kick over the bar.(13) Now, the sun floated high above them in a clear, cloudless blue sky .(14) Flat, gray clouds filled the darkening sky above her as the town prepared for yet another rainfall.(15) I was outside, under the most brilliant azure sky that I had ever witnessed.(16) Jillson had never seen so much sky
1. upper atmosphere ::
3. firmament ::
4. blue ::
6. welkin ::
7. azure ::
8. empyrean ::
9. flip ::
10. toss ::
11. pitch ::
1. hell ::
2. perdition ::
Different Formsskive, skives, sky, skying, skyward
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