Soaring in a sentence as a noun

Revenues are soaring..., they're up almost 20% on 2010.

Technically, the single tweet did not send the shares soaring.

Neither are departments likely to have soaring costs: all you need is a classroom and professor.

The tweet lead to soaring stock price but the cause was excellent execution by Tesla team, not the tweet itself.

It's tough, I've long empathized with complaints about SV taking over San Francisco and the soaring rents.

They caress the faces carved from marble and stone, dance with pure delight between the soaring Corinthian columns.

The initial point is that "The potential impact of the lone software engineer is soaring".

Soaring in a sentence as an adjective

Some of these workarounds are legal, some are not, but in any case the government is changing its stance on credit card payments due to soaring consumer debt.

Tl;dr: The soaring value of bitcoin forces those holding currency to hoard it. The Bitcoin economy has, in effect, experienced massive deflation.

The soaring cost of legal education is really the perfect example of how incredibly dysfunctional our higher education system has become.

When we recognize our place in an immensity of lightyears and in the passage of ages, when we grasp the intricacy, beauty, and subtlety of life, then that soaring feeling, that sense of elation and humility combined, is surely spiritual.

The jets and scale stuff will have complex sequencing for landing gear retract, the gliders will do insane stuff like do over 800km/h dynamic soaring, so you need to have exponential mapping between controls and outputs to have precision in the center of the sticks.

Franz Kafka wrote a short story, "Investigations of a Dog," in which a dog tries to figure out where his food comes from, and why he goes through a barking and jumping ritual before receiving his food, and ends up creating a myth of a giant invisible soaring dog.

Not to detract from the insight but:Until very recently life expectancy at birth hovered between 20 and 35 years, but in the past century it has risen to 67 yearsMost of this increase has been due to a precipitous crash in infant mortality, rather than a soaring increase in the median life expectancy.

Soaring definitions


the activity of flying a glider

See also: glide gliding sailplaning sailing


ascending to a level markedly higher than the usual; "soaring prices"


of imposing height; especially standing out above others; "an eminent peak"; "lofty mountains"; "the soaring spires of the cathedral"; "towering icebergs"

See also: eminent lofty towering