- v. present participle of plummet.
“In â€œThe Waking Life of Angels, â€ a woman is haunted by a recurring premonition; one of a person plummeting from a great height.”
“With sales from that title plummeting, Activision said it will also shelve plans for a new "Guitar Hero" game it had intended to release later this year.”
“In what can best be described a minor miracle, a 15-month-old girl was left unscathed after plummeting from a 8-story apartment, bouncing off a cafe's awning and into the arms of a bewildered passerby in Paris, the Guardian is reporting.”
“The people of Adrian's stories seem determined to live ordinary secular lives, despite the miracles that erupt into the everyday, as when a nineteenth-century farmboy begins seeing visions of people plummeting from a skyscraper.”
“In New York City, that sent the number of students scoring proficient in English plummeting to 42% this year from 69% in 2009.”
“Photographic records of WW II show B-24’s plummeting from the sky with two wings folded upward like those of a butterfly.”
“Now the Internet company has to live with the consequences -- namely a plummeting stock price and irritated investors.”
“For a proud franchise with a history of being competitive, the plummeting is a difficult reality to grasp.”
“Clearly the idea of plummeting off a mountain road, into”
“But selling the shares will, naturally, send the price of the shares plummeting, which is something no company official wants.”
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