sky-high

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From sky + high.

AdjectiveEdit

sky-high (not comparable)

  1. Extremely tall
    a sky-high building
  2. excessive, exorbitant
    The fees were sky-high, so I refused to pay and rather did without.
  3. a very high level
    The superinflation blew prices sky-high.

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Last modified on 25 January 2014, at 11:47