of or to a great height, amount, degree, etc.
to a great height, amount, degree, etc.
- To a very high level: The garbage was piled sky-high.
- In a lavish or enthusiastic manner: The critics praised the play sky-high.
- In pieces or to pieces; apart: Sappers blew the bridge sky-high.
- High up in the air: sky-high trees.
- Exorbitantly high in cost or value: sky-high prices; sky-high stocks.