So long as that mandate remains, the costs of insurance will skyrocket, making a formal public option only a matter of time.
As temperatures in the Arctic skyrocket, reindeer are suffering staggeringly large, rapid population losses.
He believes the number of children who come forward with allegations against Berndt will skyrocket.
Otherwise, people with below-average health needs will drop out, and premiums will skyrocket.
With an increase in opioid prescriptions starting in the early 2000s, overdoses in the U.S. began to skyrocket.
So they did, and in other places, but no skyrocket was to be found.
So I climbs aboard, Babe opens the cut-out, and we make a skyrocket start.
Didn't tell you, did I, about Mallory's doin' the skyrocket act?
Now there was no sight of Snuff and Turnover, nor of skyrocket, the other dog.
This abortive attempt to make a skyrocket out of Lindsley's cabin wrought only good to Emilia at first.
: the week's third skyjack to Cuba (1968+)
To take control of an aircraft illegally, usually by claiming to have a weapon or a bomb; commit air piracy (1961+)
[modeled on hijack]