Definition of skyward in English:

skyward

Line breaks: sky|ward
Pronunciation: /ˈskʌɪwəd
 
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adverb

(also skywards) Towards the sky: flames were now shooting skyward
More example sentences
  • Sodden and anxious, riverbank dwellers gazed skywards as the heavens opened.
  • Taiyou embraced the girl for a few moments, turning her head skywards towards the Eternal Star.
  • Reporters, microphones in hand, gazed skywards.

adjective

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Moving or directed towards the sky: the city was heavily guarded by skyward laser batteries
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  • It's an exhilarating experience: crisp, high-altitude air, fresh powder, the search for grip as the snow makes a skyward plume in your wake.
  • But Irish motorists have been spared the worst effects of oil prices' skyward journey.

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