- v. present participle of spiral.
“Council Chambers on Tuesday to discuss what he called the spiralling violence in the area.”
“Amid mounting concern, Amnesty International has urged Bahrain's allies to press for an end to what it calls a spiralling human rights crisis.”
“The only thing spiralling is the water as we flush your silly nonsense criticisms down the proverbial toilet.”
“The nature of this downward spiralling is to cause the orbit to become first nearly circular.”
“As he recalls the spiralling costs he yearns for the simplicity of shoestring nuptials.”
“Chancellor Alistair Darling today told families to tighten their belts and accept lower pay or risk inflation 'spiralling' to the levels of the 1970s.”
“The Police and Prisons Civil Rights Union expressed concern about "spiralling" killings of warders and urged the department to beef up security.”
“SASI, a non-profit organisation launched four years ago to tackle the dire savings levels and "spiralling" household debt, also warned that 14 percent was not good enough.”
“O'BRIEN: So you say his career was kind of spiralling downward anyway.”
“Cosatu's campaign on behalf of the working class would be aimed against capitalists because they were the ones cashing in on matters such as spiralling food prices.”
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