— soared — in a sentence

A bird soared above.

The bird soared above.

Prices have soared every year.

Travel agencies’ profits soared.

The eagle soared through the sky.

Japan’s trade surplus soared to a record high.

The jet made a whining sound as it soared overhead.

The singer’s voice soared above the sound of the guitars.

In 1984, inflation in Argentina soared to a record high of 647%.

The opera singer’s voice soared above the sound of the orchestra.

He became wealthy overnight when his investments soared in value.

The population of the Yukon soared after gold was found in the region.

Our grocery bill soared last month because of higher vegetable prices.

The jet soared straight up into air before finally leveling out at 5,000 feet.

Shares have soared on the stock exchange since the announcement of the merger.

The cost to make the film “Jaws” soared from its original estimate of $3.

5 million to $8 million, but still managed to make a handsome profit.

The Tokyo-listed shares soared 6.13 percent to ?399.90 by the close.

As share prices soared, another government goal seemed within reach.

But this year, thanks in part to Donald Trump, viewership has soared.

661110 Tesla (TSLA) soared because that’s what it does, as did Amazon.

DuPont soared 8 percent after its embattled CEO said she would retire.

By the end of 2014, that figure had soared tenfold to 300 million MAUs.

Swiss franc soars 15.01.2015 The Swiss franc has soared against the euro.

So far this month the dollar has soared 3% against a basket of currencies.

Shares of Hospira soared $22.70, or 35 percent, to $87.50 in morning trading.