Definition of 'sky-high'
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He scored again and his confidence is sky-high now. The Sun (2010)The sky-high price is demanded on internet sites despite a pledge to clamp down on touts. The Sun (2007)Two-thirds of families admit they are worried about how they will pay sky-high heating bills. The Sun (2015)The union blames pub companies for driving up the cost by imposing sky-high rents on tenants. The Sun (2011)Organic agriculture is much less dependent than conventional farming on the inputs that are going sky-high. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Just make sure you steer clear of peak times to avoid sky-high prices. Times, Sunday Times (2013)This will help you avoid a sky-high bill. The Sun (2015)The call comes amid concern over sky-high insurance costs. The Sun (2011)And she did that at a time when her career has gone sky-high. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He wants to tackle sky-high cover that prices young people off the road. The Sun (2012)Mobile bills can be sky-high if you regularly phone home from abroad using your mobile. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Or tackling the sky-high cost of childcare and elderly care? Times, Sunday Times (2011)Insurers insist they are working on new products to help pay for sky-high care bills. Times, Sunday Times (2012) Bills will remain sky-high as it drags on. The Sun (2014)It was always a matter of time before the chances would go in and my confidence would be sky-high again. The Sun (2016)Why should millions of responsible adults be forced to pay sky-high prices because a minority of louts cannot control themselves? The Sun (2013)Town halls are clawing back cash lost in public sector cuts by charging families sky-high prices to bury loved ones. The Sun (2011)THIS is where your calories can go sky-high. The Sun (2012)They can hit their straps, take some wickets and get their confidence sky-high. The Sun (2010)Sixties Icon was a sixth winner of the week for a jockey whose confidence is sky-high. Times, Sunday Times (2008)But he appealed - landing the public purse with the sky-high legal costs. The Sun (2013)Now his confidence is sky-high and we go to Ayr with a great chance. The Sun (2012)His confidence is sky-high, and no wonder. Times, Sunday Times (2011)BRITAIN'S economy has bounced back despite sky-high oil costs, experts said last night. The Sun (2006)
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