- v. Simple past tense and past participle of plummet.
“They recall, for example, how the value of the Halston label plummeted in the early 1980s after the designer tried to sell his fashions through JCPenney.”
“Lamps dismounted from their tables at the slightest touch; pictures plummeted from the wall, the glass in their frames shattering, whenever anyone walked past them.”
“If we had just waited, listened calmly while strange shaped ships plummeted from the sky spewing garbled language of conquest.”
“SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 3 (UPI) -- For the last 25 years, Gene Fields has pondered the fate of his crew mates aboard a AC-130A that plummeted from the skies in flames over Laos in 1970.”
“However, by the time they reach Higher level, the pass rate in English plummeted to 68.1 per cent and in maths to 72.1 per cent.”
“Online retailer Amazon's user ratings for the long-awaited EA Maxis PC title plummeted to a single star, largely based on negative reviews of the DRM, which one user called ...”
“-- trucks carrying commercial and humanitarian supplies into Gaza have "plummeted" - from around 250 a day pre-crisis to a maximum of 45 a day or less;”
“I just found out that the economic index that measures how service workers are doing recently plummeted, which is the reason the Dow tanked today.”
“The voice was occasionally the butt of some musical humor, as comedic roles emphasized wide swings within the voice range and sometimes farcical stammering, usually ending with a phrase that plummeted to the very lowest possible note.”
“All of a sudden, our ROI on that keyword plummeted as a result.”
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