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Synonyms for soar

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Synonyms for soar

the act of rising upward into the air

fly by means of a hang glider

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fly upwards or high in the sky

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go or move upward

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fly a plane without an engine

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Then right at the end, they closed their set with their soaringly dreamy epic Do You Realise as the sun set over Victoria Park - a very special moment indeed, and one that proved the Lips still had what it took to be hot rather than lukewarm after all.
Like Obama, Patrick is a soaringly eloquent politician who proved able to reach across racial, economic, and ideological lines to construct his winning coalition.
For the two alternatives offer two alternative styles as well: that which accompanies Gail being terse, common, and crude, that which goes with Louise being as soaringly lyrical as the earlier passages in the book.
THE soaringly beautiful new plant is built entirely of glass in the middle of the main park of an ancient cultural city in Germany.
Supporting AntiProduct are Jesus Deluxe, replete with grooves, moods and soaringly heavy dynamics verging at times on the majestic.
Ruskin is drawing on Byron's fourth spirit lyric ("Where the roots of the Andes / Strike deep in the earth, / As their summits to heaven / Shoot soaringly forth"), but Byron's fourth is a fire spirit, whom Ruskin makes the subject of his next lyric.
In short, the censorship our conservative commissars sorely desire and soaringly extol has long been with us - and has long been used to suppress their own views.
The "ruin" metamorphosed into Burle Marx's soaringly beautiful studio, the place where he spent quiet hours painting at his easel or working out creative solutions to design problems.
For the Berkeley Festival, Nicholas McGegan's Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra and many of the original singers soaringly reassembled a 1997 Royal Opera/Edinburgh Festival Platee.
In several ways, the KIO towers epitomize the Spain that Felipe Gonzalez and his Socialist Party have created since coming to power in 1982: the soaringly ambitious, daringly imaginative idea; the obligatory link with Europe; the dependence on foreign investments, and the whiff of irregularity that often floats around such investments.
He also gained the illusion of complete naturalness, so that even in perilous spots like the devilish fugue at the end of the Credo, or in the perhaps more difficult Benedictus, whose soaringly serene lines defy normal intonation, Shaw let the music unfold, rather than declaim or announce itself.
Within what appears to be a fir cube with a projecting deck-balcony is a well-defined, two-part house: a walled core of compact, sheltered rooms, and a soaringly open communal day room.