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skywriting

Line breaks: sky|writing
Pronunciation: /ˈskʌɪrʌɪtɪŋ
 
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Definition of skywriting in English:

noun

[mass noun]
Words in the form of smoke trails made by an aeroplane, especially for advertising: the planes were spewing their skywriting above the beach
More example sentences
  • The strange skywriting reported last week was accomplished by an independent skywriter pilot who is out on a regular basis writing ‘Jesus Loves U.‘
  • They flirt with script, resembling at times elaborate precision skywriting.
  • Scholarly skywriting filters all contributions to a discussion via an editor.

Derivatives

skywriter

1
noun
Example sentences
  • The only thing better might be via a skywriter from an airplane.
  • I briefly considered hiring a skywriter to fly over Chicago and write the words ‘THE BOSS IS BACK’ in the sky with smoke.
  • Every evening from June 6 to 10, artists' drawings or selected words will be drawn in the sky by a team of skywriters.

Words that rhyme with skywriting

signwriting

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