at or on or to the masthead or upper rigging of a ship;
"climbed aloft to unfurl the sail"
"the good news sent her spirits aloft"
at or to great height; high up in or into the air;
"eagles were soaring aloft"
"dust is whirled aloft"
in the higher atmosphere above the earth;
"weather conditions aloft are fine"
- The balloon went aloft.
- Currents of warm air keep the hang-gliders aloft.
- The sailor climbed aloft to look for land.
I was amaz'd Under the tide; but now I breathe again Aloft the flood.出自：King John , Shakespeare
A pale sun..was hung aloft an empty and faded sky.出自： M. Peake