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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishskywardssky‧wards /ˈskaɪwədz $ -wərdz/ (also skyward /-wəd $ wərd/) adverb literary  UPup into the sky or towards the sky The bird soared skywards.skyward adjective
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skywardsAcross the flat tableland are almost 100 red and orange monolithic sandstone buttes and mesas jutting skywards.Strings of spittle hanging from pointed teeth to lower lip reflected moonshine as the cadaverous head arched skywards.Next moment every head turned to gaze skywards as a brilliant red star flared into life high above Bethlehem House.Larks throw themselves skywards, balance on fountains of air.The door was shut, and no smoke plumed skywards from its grey chimneys.Black-headed gulls circled, spiralling skywards in a current of warm air.She cast her eyes skywards, muttering soft curses.
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