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Soar upwards   /sɔr ˈəpwərdz/   Listen
Soar upwards

verb
1.
Rise rapidly.  Synonyms: soar, soar up, surge, zoom.






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"Soar upwards" Quotes from Famous Books



... direction I judge will bring me out upon the place of assembly; and, after an hour or two, I begin to hear sounds of life. I am on somewhat high ground, which gradually slopes downward in the direction I am taking. It is all heavy bush in this part; huge trees, covered with ferns and creepers, soar upwards on all sides. The sunlight falls in patches here and there, through the canopy of branches far overhead, and occasionally there occur little glades and dells and openings, quite ...
— Brighter Britain! (Volume 1 of 2) - or Settler and Maori in Northern New Zealand • William Delisle Hay

... bird flew. Two pairs he made; having tested one pair, a second pair was made for Icarus, and, circling round him like a mother bird that teaches her nestlings how to fly, Daedalus, his heart big with the pride of invention, showed Icarus how he might best soar upwards to the sun or dive down to the blue sea far below, and how he might conquer the winds and the air currents of the sky and make ...
— A Book of Myths • Jean Lang



Words linked to "Soar upwards" :   wallow, move up, zoom, soar up, lift, surge, rise, uprise, come up, billow, go up, arise, soar



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