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soar

 (sôr)
intr.v. soared, soar·ing, soars
1.
a. To rise or fly into the air: The startled hawk soared away.
b. To maintain altitude without moving the wings or using an engine; glide.
2. To increase or improve suddenly above the normal or usual level: Sales soared. Our spirits soared. See Synonyms at rise.
n.
1. The act of soaring.
2. The altitude or scope attained in soaring.

[Middle English soren, from Old French essorer, from Vulgar Latin *exaurāre : Latin ex-, ex- + Latin aura, air (from Greek aurā, breeze; see aura).]

soar′er n.
soar′ing·ly adv.
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soaringly

(ˈsɔːrɪŋlɪ)
adv
in a soaring manner
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References in classic literature ?
But as he read it, a death- like pallor stole over his face, and an expression of deep-seated wrath, illumined by the many-colored fire which gleamed so brightly, soaringly around the scene, produced a terrible spectacle, which every one would have shuddered at, could they only have read into his heart, now torn by the most stormy and most bitter passions.
According to clips on the internet, his voice is as soaringly fantastic as ever.
It might be frontman Jamie Major's dynamic vocals, at once soaringly melodic and also grittily grounded.
Instead, he lashes out against the former monarch's personal affairs, reaches out to the opposition Nepali Congress in a spirit of conciliation, and speaks out soaringly about tomorrow.
Clad in her trademark dark trouser suits, she's a strident, dramatic performer armed with a fearsome guitar sound and a voice that can pivot from sensual to soaringly operatic in a heartbeat.
The real stars of the show has to be those songs which are its beating heart: from the soaringly upbeat Oh What A Night to the beautiful My Eyes Adore You.
Some of them did serve as learning points for the performers, as if to say, 'This is how you do it, kids.' A pregnant Sweet Plantado-Tiongson fully and soaringly belted out 'Meadowlark' from 'The Baker's Wife'; Carla Guevara-Laforteza's 'Woman' from 'The Pirate Queen' was a master class in vocal technique; and Audie Gemora once more demonstrated his unparalleled skill at musical phrasing and enunciation with Kerrigan and Lowdermilk's 'One Last Prayer.'
Although handsomely mounted and soaringly scored by Hans Zimmer and Lome Balfe, "A.D." lacks anything that would distinguish it from earlier screen depictions of this tale, beyond extending the narrative past Jesus' death to the establishment of Christianity in the face of Roman oppression.
The continual rainfall through out the country has prompted an improvement to the key reservoirs levels that supply water in and around the country suggesting a slight inflow in comparison with the last report which indicated soaringly low dam levels.
Undeniably heavy, but soaringly beautiful at the same time, the song is one of the best things he's ever written and a clear reminder how much the wayward singer still has to offer.
And Schaufer responded soaringly to the Bergian and Straussian implications of Carl Ruggles' Vox Clamans in Deserto, homespun American despite its influences, Oliver Knussen conducting authoritatively.
Though I respect the detailed workings out through the book of routes through the major themes, it was only here, right at the end of the main section of the book, when I was reminded of RS Thomas's soaringly faithful The message of the New Testament is poetry.