Rocketed sentence example
Before long they also started to dress the lighting canopy with hanging foil decorations - and sales rocketed.
Orlando Bloom rocketed to fame through his role as Legolas, Greenleaf of the Woodland Realm, in the Lord of the Rings trilogy.
The Cowboy Casanova shirt is a reference to a song by Carrie Underwood that rocketed up the charts with its sassy warning about the charmer who will get a girl in trouble.
The sweetcorn plants have rocketed up, and some of them have three cobs per plant.
That particular piece rocketed to popularity worldwide when Anna Pavlova, the prima ballerina, made it a part of her standard repertoire.Advertisement
However, it was the advent of online play that rocketed Settlers of Catan into the mass market.
Originally fashioned from patent leather, these shoes have rocketed in popularity from their original use by young children.
The song rocketed to the tops of the charts around the world, difficult to do for a country song.
In the number from the survey rocketed per cent the footsie flotation.
With the introduction of spray booths, sales have rocketed, thanks to their fail-proof results.Advertisement
The dance form rocketed to popularity at the turn of the twentieth century and eventually became the national dance of Argentina under the Perón government.