Did you mayhaps mean downswing?
American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. An extremely swift, acute downturn, as in market activity.
- n. a swift and dangerous downturn
“Mexico, finding itself in the same economic downspin as the rest of the world, is taking steps to jumpstart its economy.”
“Not being an economist I only recall this initial downspin and forecasts being proved wrong - at least in the early going.”
“From Denver, the word was that the United States has been on a desperate decade-long downspin that can only get worse if the Republicans keep the White House.”
“Come to think of it, the mere mention of James Carville or Bob Shrum does really send me into a downspin of depression and physical collapse too (including rather embarrassing loss of certain bodily controls ... leading me to learn the hard way that Depends ain't so damn dependable).”
“The mere threat of withdrawing the funds of a given bank could send this one in a fatal downspin.”
“He lived from 1902 till 1984 just barley escaping the downspin of the world.”
“Moving downspin, weight lessened, he needed about ten seconds to disappear where to the eye the deck met the overhead.”
“Again saving his breath, the man backed downspin, but slantwise, so that he added little to his weight.”
“The stock went into a downspin last fall when the post-election surge in firearms sales came to an end.”
“There's a strong feeling that we're populating a ship whose time has gone by, that action taken by moderators or admins will demoralize and send the site on an irrevocable downspin.”
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