Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • A Middle English form of plunge.

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Examples

  • Som artists around seem to be happy with the verdict … “Respect our work – we want to be payed – a good day for artists” and so on … Well, the only thing that is now gonna happening is that sales from the Bigs Corps will plounge .. and I mean it.

    Sweden loses The Pirate Bay case

  • Sorry to say that, but what a tard … If the game industry begins to play the same game as RIAA does, it wont get long before their sales will plounge … Im very aware that developing a game these days cost a hell lot of money, and in a way or another this money has to come back somehow to the developers pockets.

    Should game industry adopt RIAA tactics?

  • Sorry to say that, but what a tard… If the game industry begins to play the same game as RIAA does, it wont get long before their sales will plounge… Im very aware that developing a game these days cost a hell lot of money, and in a way or another this money has to come back somehow to the developers pockets.

    Should game industry adopt RIAA tactics?

  • Som artists around seem to be happy with the verdict… “Respect our work – we want to be payed – a good day for artists” and so on… Well, the only thing that is now gonna happening is that sales from the Bigs Corps will plounge.. and I mean it.

    Sweden loses The Pirate Bay case

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