wild blue yonder

NOUN
  1. the sky as viewed during daylight
    he shot an arrow into the blue
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How To Use wild blue yonder In A Sentence

  • The 69-year-old is heading out to the wild blue yonder for some more golf and perhaps a spot of antique hunting.
  • I'm sure my love for that plane had a lot to do with the fact that Saturday mornings were just me, Dad and the wild blue yonder.
  • If numbers are limited to the nearest and dearest, it is easier to head for the wild blue yonder.
  • These gravity-defying wings can simply be launched from a small hill to enjoy the wild blue yonder.
  • She thinks the spontaneity of hitching up your van on a Friday night and setting off into the wild blue yonder is part of carvanning's new appeal.
  • This fearless, forthright, indomitable and courageous individual did venture out into the wild blue yonder in a flying machine.
  • Two men wearing black jumpsuits exit the aircraft, stepping onto the foot rail that lines the plane's port side and disappearing into the wild blue yonder.
  • It's only when he leaps into the wild blue yonder of compassion, or idealism, or altruism, that he makes these hilarious mistakes.
  • I couldn't wait to jump into the cockpit and takeoff into the wild blue yonder!
  • Here, however, momentary escape into the wild blue yonder gives way to reality as his body is found amongst the vehicle's twisted wreckage.
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