up in the air

ADJECTIVE
  1. not yet determined
    plans are still up in the air
  2. very uncertain
    left everything up in the air
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How To Use up in the air In A Sentence

  • Ultimately, one of the dog's hind legs shoots up in the air, as its head goes down.
  • There's this particularly annoying position called the plough, (I secretly call it the pretzel), where you lie on your back and bring your legs up in the air and then over your head behind you. A Work in Progress
  • Those Journos not "prioritized" were forced to line up in halls, down stairs, and out in the street to attend the screening of Up in the Air. Erica Abeel: Corporate Culture on Trial in Toronto
  • Holding the block, extend your legs straight up in the air so they your torso and legs make a 90-degree angle.
  • Be sure your arms stay in line with your shoulders and in a vertical plane (straight up in the air).
  • While her political future may be up in the air, Sarah Palin's populist star wattage remains undeniable as she basks in an undimmed political limelight for a core of supporters bored by what they describe as a lackluster Republican Party leadership and angry at the Obama administration's expansion of government and imposition of power. The Washington Times stories: Latest Headlines
  • The other actors sang me the usual and then they gave me the 'bumps', where they had to hold my arms and legs and throw me up in the air.
  • It was at that point that the screw thread stripped and the pressure blew the whistle up in the air.
  • Alsop likes buildings on stilts, that start a long way up in the air and allow landscape to flow beneath.
  • A live feed, which presumably had no copyright issues, was generated from a video camera pointing up in the air and uplinked via a satellite dish in their back garden.
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