Definitions for soaring
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glide, gliding, sailplaning, soaring, sailingadjective
the activity of flying a glider
ascending to a level markedly higher than the usual
eminent, lofty, soaring, toweringadjective
of imposing height; especially standing out above others
"an eminent peak"; "lofty mountains"; "the soaring spires of the cathedral"; "towering icebergs"
The act of mounting on the wing, or of towering in thought or mind; intellectual flight.
Mounting on the wing; rising aloft; towering in thought or mind.
SOARING is a public art work by American artist Lyle London, located in Reiman Plaza at Alverno College on the south side of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The abstract stainless steel sculpture rises 20 feet from a fountain. London's commission was coordinated by Uhlein-Wilson Architects.
Soaring typically refers to flying or rising high in the air with apparent effortlessness or maintaining a high altitude seamlessly. It is often used to describe birds or aircrafts. However, metaphorically, it can also be used to describe a rapid increase or upward movement, as in prices, spirits, or expectations.
a. & n. from Soar
The numerical value of soaring in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of soaring in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
There is soaring obesity.
Here's the truth: even if countries like the United States curb our emissions, if growing countries like India—with soaring energy needs—don't also embrace cleaner fuels, then we don't stand a chance against climate change.
Corporate results are encouraging, companies have done a great job in terms of restructuring, and now they have a strong operating leverage. A small rise in revenue is enough to send profits soaring.
The aggressive stocks and margin financing actually go together, it's margin financing's facilitator, previously, many people used financing to buy into shares that went soaring. After sufficient losses, there might be much room to fall.
We may do well to be attentive to the good and the bad vibrations in life. Since elephants use their feet to listen to vibrations and thus capture significant codes of impending peril, they might coach humans and teach them how to become “surefooted” in hazardous times. Keeping feet on the ground, however, should not hinder us from flying high and reaching soaring heights. ("Trompe le pied.")
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