skyrocket (Meaning)

Wordnet

skyrocket (n)

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

sends a firework display high into the sky

Wordnet

skyrocket (v)

shoot up abruptly, like a rocket

Webster

skyrocket (n.)

A rocket that ascends high and burns as it flies; a species of fireworks.

skyrocket Sentence Examples

  1. The stock market's value skyrocketed to unprecedented heights.
  2. The sales figures skyrocketed after the marketing campaign launched.
  3. The popularity of the new movie skyrocketed overnight.
  4. The unemployment rate skyrocketed during the economic downturn.
  5. The demand for the product skyrocketed, causing a shortage.
  6. The cost of living skyrocketed, making it difficult for people to make ends meet.
  7. The price of gasoline skyrocketed, forcing drivers to conserve fuel.
  8. The number of attendees at the concert skyrocketed, exceeding all expectations.
  9. The popularity of social media skyrocketed, revolutionizing the way people communicate.
  10. The temperature skyrocketed, making it unbearable to be outside.

FAQs About the word skyrocket

propels bright light high in the sky, or used to propel a lifesaving line or harpoon, sends a firework display high into the sky, shoot up abruptly, like a rock

soar, increase, peak, rocket,surge, shoot (up),swell, intensify, enlarge, accumulate

plunge,plummet, plunge, fall, tumble, fall, tumble, plummet, slump, slump

The stock market's value skyrocketed to unprecedented heights.

The sales figures skyrocketed after the marketing campaign launched.

The popularity of the new movie skyrocketed overnight.

The unemployment rate skyrocketed during the economic downturn.