verb (used without object)
Words nearby soar
Origin of soar
OTHER WORDS FROM soarsoar·er, nounsoar·ing·ly, adverb
Examples from the Web for soared
The market for artificial sweeteners has soared above $1 billion annually in the U.S. alone.
They soared along the faces of mountains, over deserts, and out along city streets.
New homes sales, reported Monday, soared 18.6 percent from April, and were at the highest annual rate since 2008.
Oh, and car sales, far from plummeting, have soared to levels not seen since 2007.The Chicken Littles Are Wrong: Environmental Regulations Always Spur Innovation|Daniel Gross|June 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Reports that, instead, the 777 soared as high as 45,000 feet before rapidly falling are viewed with deep skepticism.
The boy reached out his hands to secure the prize, but the robin spread his golden wings and soared away.The Pearl Box|"A Pastor"
Mosheim says they soared above the comprehension of the age in which they lived.Water Baptism|James H. Moon
He was as motionless as a corpse, while his thoughts wallowed on the earth and soared, now like the hydra, now like the eagle.Les Misrables|Victor Hugo
Then came the spotted eagle, and soared over the council, and dropped its feather as the others had done.
His perturbed spirit now soared to the heights of Heaven, now plunged into the chasms of hell.The Necessity of Atheism|Dr. D.M. Brooks