soar (Meaning)

Wordnet

soar (n)

the act of rising upward into the air

Wordnet

soar (v)

rise rapidly

fly by means of a hang glider

fly upwards or high in the sky

go or move upward

fly a plane without an engine

Webster

soar (v. i.)

To fly by wind power; to glide indefinitely without loss of altitude.

soar Sentence Examples

  1. The eagle soared majestically through the azure sky, its wings outstretched.
  2. The rocket soared into the heavens, leaving a trail of smoke in its wake.
  3. The spirits of the triumphant players soared high as they celebrated their victory.
  4. The stock market soared to unprecedented heights, fueled by positive economic news.
  5. The soaring temperatures made it unbearable to venture outside during the day.
  6. The soaring melodies of the choir filled the cathedral with an ethereal ambiance.
  7. The child's imagination soared as they explored the magical world of make-believe.
  8. The soaring cliffs provided a breathtaking vantage point for the hikers.
  9. The writer's creativity soared as they poured their heart and soul into the novel.
  10. The soaring skyscrapers of the city skyline pierced the clouds, symbolizing the unwavering ambition of its inhabitants.

FAQs About the word soar

the act of rising upward into the air, rise rapidly, fly by means of a hang glider, fly upwards or high in the sky, go or move upward, fly a plane without an en

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drop, drop, dip, plunge, descend, decline, fall (off), decline, plunge, descend

The eagle soared majestically through the azure sky, its wings outstretched.

The rocket soared into the heavens, leaving a trail of smoke in its wake.

The spirits of the triumphant players soared high as they celebrated their victory.

The stock market soared to unprecedented heights, fueled by positive economic news.