Words nearby sky-high
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Along this sky-high route, nearly every 19th-century saloon or historic hotel has a ghost story to tell.
Unless some kind of sky-high musical chairs ensues, anything more than a cursory pre-potty hello could become a little tricky.Wingman, an App for Hookups at 30,000 Feet, Wants To Be the Tinder of Airline Travel|Charlotte Lytton|February 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The popular storage service is the latest young tech firm to coin a sky-high valuation.
But after the painful shocks of 2008, the world got used to sky-high oil prices and eventually absorbed the impact.
The sky-high value for Priceline is also part of a recent trend by companies chasing ever higher stock prices.
Sky-High's heart fluttered, not at what he hoped to see, but at the thought of the presents that he hoped to make.
Even the summits of the peaks are visited by this sky-high dweller.Your National Parks|Enos A. Mills
When Sky-High found that he was serving to amuse his mistress's household, he turned silent.
Like the pride-maddened men of Babel, they were building a sky-high thing of stone.The Sky Is Falling|Lester del Rey
"We never use plain language to mandarins in China," said Sky-High.