Definition of skyscape in English:

skyscape

Line breaks: sky|scape
Pronunciation: /ˈskʌɪskeɪp
 
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noun

1A view of an expanse of sky: the skyscapes, seen through the skylights, more than make up for it
More example sentences
  • Some look out over jagged urban skyscapes, while others survey open green countryside.
  • And if you go just outside the City to the hills you get skyscapes that are world class.
  • The resultant skyscape will be a beautiful tree with a carbuncle.
1.1A picture of a skyscape: I’ve been doing skyscapes all day
More example sentences
  • Most of his seascapes show a view from the shore with rough conditions and stormy skyscapes; there are six such works in the National Gallery, London.
  • The spirit has its own prismatic palette, which lies beyond the confines of the conventional, yet breathtaking colour curves of my Rotterdam stained-glass skyscape.
  • Her show last year maintained a semblance of identifiable images suggesting real, if manipulated, skyscapes, seascapes and landscapes.

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