How to use sky-high in a sentence
They suffer sky-high maternal mortality rates, illiteracy, and a daily struggle against violence and poverty.
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 | THE 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.
By this time all my American inventions, which would have paralysed Europe, are blown sky high!Mysterious Mr. Sabin | E. Phillips Oppenheim
To hear of Sardathion, the city built by the Gods of Old, is to see its domes of marble rising sky-high in the sunset-lighted air.Five Plays | Edward John Dunsany
There the price of lumber had been boosted sky-high, and this destroyed Dingles profits on contracts he had undertaken.The Boss of Wind River | David Goodger (email@example.com)
Had he not done so he and his brave comrades would have been blown sky-high by the touch of a button a mile away.The Childrens' Story of the War, Volume 4 (of 10) | James Edward Parrott
You can knock his insurance sky-high and get some money yourself.The Best Policy | Elliott Flower
British Dictionary definitions for sky-high
at or to an unprecedented or excessive level: prices rocketed sky-high
high into the air
blow sky-high to destroy completely
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