Sky-high Definition

skīhī
adverb
To a very high level.
The garbage was piled sky-high.
American Heritage
To a great height, amount, degree, etc.
Webster's New World
In a lavish or enthusiastic manner.
The critics praised the play sky-high.
American Heritage
In pieces or to pieces; apart.
Sappers blew the bridge sky-high.
American Heritage
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adjective
Of or to a great height, amount, degree, etc.
Webster's New World
High up in the air.
Sky-high trees.
American Heritage
Exorbitantly high in cost or value.
Sky-high prices; sky-high stocks.
American Heritage

Extremely tall.

A sky-high building.
Wiktionary
The fees were sky-high, so I refused to pay and rather did without.
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