Cf. “Measure for Measure,” iii, I, 9: “servile to all the skyey influences.”
And pray in what part of the universe do you discover a "skyey bridge?"
Their blue was a challenge to the skyey blue above; it pierced the sight, awaking new longings and strange memories.
The day was without a cloud, and the soft light was diffused everywhere on a skyey haze of whitish blue.
Had she not dreamed of its shallow port, its rugged highways and its skyey marshes?
No smallest thing but had its skyey aspect which, by his winged and quick-sighted fancy, he sought to surprise and grasp.
It is a vast and skyey upland east of the Wolds, and its edge drops in four hundred feet of glorious white cliff sheer to the sea.
You don't yet know what it is to be a sickly wretch, dependent on these skyey influences.
Macbeth has considerable energy and manliness of character; but then he is “subject to all the skyey influences.”
Against the skyey beach of cloud-shells it reared like a grim cliff.