- a private compartment, usually near the top of a stadium, for viewing a sports contest.
Origin of skybox
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Examples from the Web for skybox
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Harry kept his plaid shirt on and danced in the comforts of his own skybox.Newly Single Harry Parties In Miami!
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One, the campaign and party can make more money at a football stadium, asking for "donations" in return for skybox use.Will Team Obama Cancel the Stadium Speech?
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Besides, says Crowley, who hosted State of the Union from a skybox, why be bound by actual events, or the lack thereof?Tropical Storm Isaac Sidelines Media Elite at the Republican Convention
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- US a luxurious suite high up in the stand of a sports stadium, which is rented out to groups of spectators, corporations, etc
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