- v. Simple past tense and past participle of catapult.
“The title catapulted the UK duo of Andy Diggle and Jock in the US spotlight, and the pair have been doing very well for themselves ever since.”
“Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson: With a nickname like "The Rock", this former WWE superstar has catapulted from the mat to the red carpet.”
“During a review of the autumn series Johnson emphasised the leadership qualities of Jonny Wilkinson and Lewis Moody, while Nick Easter's return to full fitness and form has seen his name catapulted into the frame.”
“Gazing at their little arms, and their toothy (and sometimes toothless) grins, I wondered what it would be like to be catapulted from a world where your opportunities in life were, on any social and economic index, likely to be pretty limited, to one I couldn't even dream of: one where you understand how the black dots on a page turn into something that lifts the human heart, and where the way you move horse hair over strings can make the soul soar.”
“But I can't see what in God's name catapulted these folks to triple-platinum classic artist status.”
“Says Ballas, That show kind of catapulted your career.”
“His state makes just a fraction, but its wines have "catapulted" in quality during the past decade.”
“So much -- hundreds of millions of dollars -- paid propaganda 'catapulted' in the mass-mind media, from 1993 to now; so much that many people believe the LIARS false history, and so much that the LIARS destroyed the now-defunct 'mainstream' media.”
“D. OSMOND. I will go back and say "D.ncing With The Stars" kind of catapulted Marie's career.”
“Two consecutive elections (each of which denied US citizens the opportunity to truly influence the outcome) "catapulted" a morally and intellectually bankrupt man into the role of "leader of the free world".”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘catapulted’.
words simply fun to say and hear
Looking for tweets for catapulted.