nosedive


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Synonyms for nosedive

drop

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plunge

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Synonyms for nosedive

a sudden involuntary drop to the ground

the act of plunging suddenly downward into or as if into water

Synonyms for nosedive

a sudden sharp drop or rapid decline

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a steep nose-down descent by an aircraft

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plunge nose first

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A week later, investors turned their back on the proposed acquisition of Internet portal Lycos (Nasdaq: LCOS) by USA Networks (Nasdaq: USAI), the entertainment conglomerate, causing the index to fall 4%, the biggest one-day nosedive since the market's bout with the Asian flu.
Enjoying them has little to do with one's sex or sexual preference and more to do with the inclination to nosedive into the scent and not the thing.
New tooling orders (reported by 180 shops nationwide) saw the biggest increase in the West, while orders at South Central tool shops took an equally big nosedive.
We have literally had customers write and thank us for providing them with drives that didn't take a nosedive when they upgraded to 10.
Inset, pilot Jimmy with model of his Mustang Panic grips crowd in last seconds of the plane's nosedive Debris after the disaster
Kieren Fallon went one better than Dettori as he registered a 307-1 treble, courtesy of Sonny Parkin, Nosedive and Meetings Man.
The city's seamy side overpowers him, and Nell slips into a self-destructive nosedive.
Not only has he had a high profile break-up from fiancAe Jennifer Lopez, but his film career has taken a nosedive - and now he's losing his hair.
Businessman Alan Lowry said passengers were terrified as the plane entered a sudden nosedive.
Horrified witnesses told of the right-side engine of the plane appearing to blow up and the aircraft going into a nosedive.
It is not in the best interest of the new administration to see the economy nosedive.
Whenever you run low on energy, whether it's during a long run or because you've skipped a meal, your blood sugar level takes a nosedive.
HIGH STREET giant Marks & Spencer today reported a 43 per cent nosedive in its half-year profits and buckled under years of pressure to accept credit cards.
The stock market may still take another nosedive, but on Jupiter the crash of '98 is already history.
Still, there's no one definitive reason why some businesses thrive while others take a nosedive.