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- present participle
rocket, skyrocket (noun)
propels bright light high in the sky, or used to propel a lifesaving line or harpoon
skyrocket, rocket (verb)
sends a firework display high into the sky
rocket, skyrocket (verb)
shoot up abruptly, like a rocket
a type of firework that uses a solid rocket motor to rise quickly into the sky where it emits a variety of effects such as stars, bangs, crackles, etc.
a rebuke, a scolding.
To increase suddenly and extremely; to shoot up; to surge or spike.
A skyrocket is a type of firework that uses a solid rocket motor to rise quickly into the sky. At the apex of its ascent, it is usual for a variety of effects to be emitted. Sky rockets use various stabilisation techniques to ensure the flight follows a predictable course, often a long stick attached to the side of the motor, but also including spin-stabilisation or fins.
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