from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. An elevated, usually enclosed private compartment for viewing events at a sports stadium.
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- n. In a stadium, a seating area for VIPs.
- n. A cube with textures on its inner faces, used to simulate the sky or similar backdrop around a three-dimensional playfield.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an elevated box for viewing events at a sports stadium
A skybox is a high-tech watchtower equipped with sophisticated surveillance equipment.
TGF, you should see the huge expensive "skybox" the bbc has taken out in the stadium.
Brooklyn: The three-story "skybox" was swathed in red satin and
On the surface, José R. Peralta should have had an easy path to winning a special R.BECCA KAR., Brian Cohen, Danielle Hardoon and Alissa Worly, all of whom are in their 20s, share a spacious red-brick house in Brooklyn: The three-story "skybox" was swathed in red satin and
Brooklyn: The three-story "skybox" was swathed in red satin and LOS ANGELES Bruce McBroom/Columbia Pictures Jeff Garlin in a scene from the 2003 life in large quantities.
The transition occurred quietly in Monday's Globe, with editors using "skybox" tabs at the top of Page One to direct readers to the day's top health and science stories.
One Sports studium built for a University had a Alumni skybox which cost more to build than it did to run the University for a year.
But local governments, public universities and Indian tribes are exempt from the limit, so they are able to shower members and their staffs with such goodies as luxury skybox tickets to basketball games and front-row concert tickets.
The senator invited him to a skybox at a Brigham Young University football game.
I don't know what class of ticket they were previously, but this time we were in a skybox.