aloft definition

  • adverb:
    • In or into increased location; large or higher up.
    • Nautical At or toward top of the rigging.
    • in the air; when you look at the sky
    • above, overhead, in a higher location; up
    • into the top, in the masthead, or regarding higher yards or rigging.
    • On large; floating around; high over the surface.
    • In the top; on mast head, or on higher yards or rigging; expense; for this reason (Fig. and Colloq.), in or even paradise.
    • in the greater environment above the earth
    • at or on or to the masthead or upper rigging of a ship
    • at or even to great level; high-up in or to the air
    • ascending
    • In or into increased location; large or higher up.
    • Nautical At or toward the top of rigging.
    • in the air; inside sky
    • above, overhead, in a higher destination; up
    • when you look at the top, in the masthead, or on greater yards or rigging.
    • On large; floating around; large above the ground.
    • in top; in the mast head, or regarding higher yards or rigging; overhead; therefore (Fig. and Colloq.), in or even paradise.
    • in higher environment over the planet
    • at or on or even to the masthead or upper rigging of a ship
    • at or even great level; high up in or in to the atmosphere
    • up
  • preposition:
    • On or above: birds perching aloft telephone wires.
    • Above; on top of.
    • On or above: birds perching aloft phone wires.
    • preceding; along with.
  • others:
    • On high; in or to the environment; high above the floor: as, the eagle soars aloft.
    • Nautical, in or to the top; within masthead, or on the greater yards or rigging; therefore, on the top part, at the time of a building.
    • at the top or area of; overhead.
    • On high; in or to the air; large above the ground: as, the eagle soars aloft.
    • Nautical, in or in to the top; during the masthead, or on greater yards or rigging; ergo, regarding the upper part, as of a building.
    • On the top or surface of; above.

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