Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of plummet.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of plummet.

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Examples

  • Later still, a weakened Superman (without giving too much away, let me note that the flick is drastically inconsistent about how well the Man of Steel holds up to kryptonite) plummets from the sky in the classic crucifiction pose.

    They Can Be a Great People, Kal-El

  • Arctic ice thickness 'plummets' - The thickness of Arctic sea ice "plummeted" last winter, thinning by as much as one-fifth in some regions, satellite data has revealed.

    jlake.com

  • Top draft choices command long-terms deals worth more than $40 million guaranteed but the price-tag plummets as the first round proceeds.

    Reuters: Top News

  • Top draft choices command long-terms deals worth more than $40 million guaranteed but the price-tag plummets as the first round proceeds.

    Reuters: Top News

  • The deal with FC Barcelona requires Rubio to stay in Spain through the 2010-11 season, at which time the buyout price tag plummets to about $1.4 million.

    Brownsville Herald :

  • Everything "plummets", & we're all playing PC games.

    Edge Online - Interactive Entertainment Today

  • BBC NEWS | Science & Environment | Arctic ice thickness 'plummets'

    European Tribune

  • Recycle your old sneakers and sell your Nike stock .... before it plummets in value.

    Just don't do it (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • And yes, shock is a common thing for large tattoos, particularly if your blood sugar plummets (thus sending you for a meal).

    New Tattoo

  • When things are being micromanaged the morale plummets because nobody feels like they have any responsibility and therefore, nobody has any feelings of accomplishment.

    New York Times Weighs In on Bolden - NASA Watch

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