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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of spiral.

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Examples

  • We started with a main objective, and things kind of spiralled out from there.

    TiddlyTiller - Wikified Project Reporting

  • We started with a main objective, and things kind of spiralled out from there.

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • It -- you know, everything kind of spiralled downhill for me probably starting back in November.

    CNN Transcript Jun 19, 2007

  • I'm sure it's a discussion you've all had from time to time but we were spurred into action by a conversation Trav had from his deathbed with his friend Chris you know the one who was on Blue Peter! and it kind of spiralled from there.

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  • I'm sure it's a discussion you've all had from time to time but we were spurred into action by a conversation Trav had from his deathbed with his friend Chris you know the one who was on Blue Peter! and it kind of spiralled from there.

    Archive 2006-03-01

  • But you could show the price of a loaf of bread, and how it's changed since 1963 and, even if it's stayed the same in real terms, it would also have "spiralled".

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  • Over the past decade, Civil List expenditure has spiralled, meaning that she has been forced to take more money out of that fund each year.

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  • But you could show the price of a loaf of bread, and how it's changed since 1963 and, even if it's stayed the same in real terms, it would also have "spiralled".

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  • So it's a little white lie really which kind of spiralled, until eventually people were asking me for his autograph.

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  • When a sufficient time had elapsed to bring him over his target, if his previous reckoning, of course, of ground speed and drift was correct, and if the wind had not varied in velocity or strength, Jock "spiralled" down through the clouds and, finding the ground beneath him nothing but dense blackness, glided lower and lower until eventually a large town directly beneath him became visible and then the river Rhine, passing between Ludwigshafen on the west and

    Night Bombing with the Bedouins

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