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  • noun Plural form of soar.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of soar.

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Examples

  • Designed by Philippe Starck and Martin Francis, the 390-foot craft's bow is angled inward, resembling a submarine or a sleek locomotive; the control center soars from the stern rather than the middle of the boat.

    Seven Custom Yachts To Dream About

  • The nose is deep and brilliant, as it soars from the glass in a complex blaze of black cherries, cassis, road tar, tobacco, a bit of green peppercorn and a complex base of mountain soil tones.

    Mayacamas - one of the greatest California Cabernets by John Gilman | Dr Vino's wine blog

  • Designed by Philippe Starck and Martin Francis, the 390-foot craft's bow is angled inward, resembling a submarine or a sleek locomotive; the control center soars from the stern rather than the middle of the boat.

    Seven Custom Yachts To Dream About

  • Designed by Philippe Starck and Martin Francis, the 390-foot craft's bow is angled inward, resembling a submarine or a sleek locomotive; the control center soars from the stern rather than the middle of the boat.

    Seven Custom Yachts To Dream About

  • Kregg Lumpkin soars over the pile to score the first touchdown in Georgia's spring game.

    Georgia offense finds its groove in spring game

  • The nationalized stock market "soars" - for 15 minutes and President OM gets a bump in his poll numbers.

    Obama McCain: A Man For This Season

  • Also, the price tag soars for what would be the country's first nuclear waste dump.

    CNN Transcript Jul 15, 2008

  • Where many effects-driven, stylistically reliant films often fail, Sky Captain soars.

    Blog De Ganz | Archive | January

  • Guy's Oak, vast and venerable, with gnarled green boughs below, and sere branches above, that told that its day of fall was decreed at last, rose high from the abyss of the hollow, high and far-seen amidst the trees that stood on the vantage-ground above, -- even as a great name soars the loftier when it springs from the grave.

    Lucretia — Volume 02

  • Guy's Oak, vast and venerable, with gnarled green boughs below, and sere branches above, that told that its day of fall was decreed at last, rose high from the abyss of the hollow, high and far-seen amidst the trees that stood on the vantage-ground above, -- even as a great name soars the loftier when it springs from the grave.

    Lucretia — Complete

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