skyrocket


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Synonyms for skyrocket

to rise abruptly and precipitously

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propels bright light high in the sky, or used to propel a lifesaving line or harpoon

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sends a firework display high into the sky

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shoot up abruptly, like a rocket

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But this year, market price has skyrocketed even before the budget announcement.
"With the huge demand for Star Wars toys, the price could skyrocket into orbit."
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BEIRUT: Apartment prices are expected to skyrocket over the next few years despite current stability in real estate markets, the head of the real estate contractors association Elie Sawma said Wednesday.
As the accompanying chart shows, China's purchases from Iran--almost entirely oil--have skyrocketed in recent years as China's economy has skyrocketed and the country needs vastly more energy.
Our Summer 2009 mystery aircraft was the Navy's Grumman XF5F-1 Skyrocket twin-engined fighter of World War II.
Airforce aviation expert Scott Libis presents "Skystreak, Skyrocket & Stiletto: Douglas High-Speed X-Planes", a 184-page history and survey of Douglas X-Planes, include details of the first Mac 2 aircraft (D-558-2) and the original March 2 flight by test pilot Scott Crossfield.
Lots of folks drop out of college (or shift from a four-year school to a community college) because tuition costs continue to skyrocket. Since 1990 the cost of a diploma from a public college--where the vast majority of students go--has shot up 68 percent, while the cost of an education at a private school has climbed 47 percent.
"If this measure is passed, we expect donations of securities to charities to skyrocket," says JoAnne Ryan, TD Waterhouse's Philanthropy Advisor.
Skystreak, Skyrocket, & Stiletto; Douglas high-speed X-Planes.
Skyrocket Distillers, the California company profiled on these pages in March, has been denied the use of the name "Temequila" for its new agave-based drink set to hit the market in April.
For students at risk, their scores skyrocket up 29%.
Then cod populations skyrocket, changing the once balanced ocean food chain--maybe for good.
Most pilgrimage tour customers are elderly, and with Japan's silver population set to skyrocket, business and profits are likely to spike.
Medical--and possibly legal costs--can skyrocket if treatment is delayed because the employer had to search for an available physician after an accident occurred rather than immediately referring the employee to a physician.