Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of avalanche.

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Examples

  • Burying all who dare speak out on any subject that the Left doesn't like has become so obvious that not even the scumbag Tanning Bed Media can deny the existence of "avalanching" talk radio shows, the local election boards, and even newspapers who dare publish something not conforming to the "Party" line.

    ORACULATIONS

  • The avalanching interest in YC is on full display during its Demo Day.

    The Disruptor In The Valley

  • The avalanching interest in YC is on full display during its Demo Day.

    The Disruptor In The Valley

  • The avalanching interest in YC is on full display during its Demo Day.

    The Disruptor In The Valley

  • The avalanching interest in YC is on full display during its Demo Day.

    The Disruptor In The Valley

  • That what Bernard DeVoto had once called “the avalanching danger” of rumor, insinuation, slander, and malice hung over them all?

    A Covert Affair

  • At this moment, and for the moment, the Elsinore righted to an even keel, and dashed along and down the avalanching face of a wave.

    CHAPTER XXX

  • The avalanching interest in YC is on full display during its Demo Day.

    The Disruptor In The Valley

  • That what Bernard DeVoto had once called “the avalanching danger” of rumor, insinuation, slander, and malice hung over them all?

    A Covert Affair

  • The avalanching interest in YC is on full display during its Demo Day.

    The Disruptor In The Valley

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