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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of implode.
- adj. That has collapsed inwards
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Formed by implosion.
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My science brain just imploded from the nonsensicalness.
The hatch imploded from the fail safe key, which let off the weird sound and changed the color of the sky.
But then came another setback - the Poptones label imploded, leaving "Exits" without a home and the band with only 6,000 copies of the record.
What McKinnon seems to (wantonly) overlook is the fact that Palin imploded and McBush exposed himself as more of the a**hole he really is about the same time that the economy nosedived.
Somalia is a problem that can be looked at on three different levels - a state which has imploded, which is barely functioning, which is suffering from a humanitarian crisis with tens of thousands of internally displaced people.
-- John from Cincinnati -- I loved the writing and some of the characters were intriguing, but the show kind of imploded on itself.
And, the word "imploded" is never helpful:The Clinton organization had a clear plan A: It envisioned the candidate, as the choice of the party establishment and natural heir to the presidency, to so dominate 2007 that she would be able to corner, not have to capture, the nomination.
VELEZ-MITCHELL: Well, you made the point already, Nancy, that he kind of imploded, in the sense that he didn ` t deliver what Tom Mesereau said in his opening statements he was going to deliver.
"We kind of imploded a bit," Hesperia coach Pat Brooksher said.
When news had spread that McCain's campaign bankrupted and "imploded" in the summer of
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