Ascensions [noun]

Definition of Ascensions:

going up

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Sentence/Example of Ascensions:

He was on a great ascension until the Thunder decided not to pay him the max.

Like the ascension of Ja Morant, whose rise resulted in a gate-revenue spike and sellout crowds for Murray State, Maker’s mere presence is likely to draw more fans and sell more tickets.

She is one of soccer’s biggest names both domestically and globally, and her ascension has largely come while dating Bird.

After several ascensions, there is a secret ending, says Oppenheim.

Sykes rose to the minority leader post after just four years in office as one of four new members of Democratic leadership who had backed Householder’s ascension.

Ascension being a holiday here, all we pianists made up a walking party out to Tiefurt, about two miles distant.

This specimen was obtained at Ascension, and is common in all parts of the Atlantic within or near the Tropic.

The inner vernier is then set to the right ascension of the object which it is desired to observe.

It might be as well to get a book on balloon ascension, particularly in the early part of the century.

In the ascension of souls, moral qualities have no less value than intellectual qualities.