soar

Part of speech: verb

To float aloft through the air on wings, as a bird.

Part of speech: verb

To rise in thought; aspire.

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Usage examples "soar":

  1. But he continued to painfully soar For something less than a century more; Until at last he had fairly begun The wars of eighteen- sixty- one; And never rested till 'neath the tree That shadowed the glory of Robert Lee. - "Farm Ballads", Will Carleton.
  2. Upon such soiled and draggled wings can he ever soar again? - "Robert Browning", Edward Dowden.
  3. " I'll stand the chest behind it," said Soar; " between the door and the wall, so that only one can enter at a time." - "The Quest of the Sacred Slipper", Sax Rohmer.