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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Pilot Jimmy Panic grips crowd in last seconds of the plane's nosedive Debris after the disaster
hour, and if the index nosedive by 6 percent, a total hiatus will take place,"
It was with astonishment that the current interview featured with Tab Hunter could take such a nosedive in the wrong direction.
Then Hurricane Katrina barreled into Gulf Coast on Tuesday, virtually obliterating everything in the path of its 145 mph winds and sending oil and gas production into a nosedive.
Prosecutors indicted two air traffic controllers Tuesday on charges of professional negligence that led to a near-miss between two Japan Airlines (JAL) aircraft, resulting in a nosedive by one plane that injured more than 50 people.
From the 1970s to the 1990s, populations of sea otters and some pinnipeds, including Steller sea lions and fur seals, took a mysterious nosedive in the northern Pacific.
And while games mean big business for the pubs, bars, restaurants and fast food outlets, other shops claim their profits take a match day nosedive.
Cruising at 30,000 feet takes on a different meaning for Mia, whose three-year romance with a pilot named Miles takes a nosedive after she catches him cheating with one of her coworkers.
Over-training symptoms can mirror the symptoms of major depression, and your motivation, mood, and health can take a prolonged nosedive. Despite hard work your running performance suffers as a result.
Central American coffee exports have taken a nosedive over the past two years due to rock bottom world market prices that have made coffee growing unprofitable in the region, where production costs are high.
Manchester United's early season fortunes have taken another nosedive with the loss of Wes Brown for three months.
And when Bill Gates tried on the role of the philosopher CEO, his plan backfired, in part because Microsoft was being targeted by the Feds, in part because Microsoft's stock took a nosedive, in part because Gates' just-plain-folks sweaters were never terribly convincing and in part because of his unreadable book.
Proof of the author's nosedive comes in his latest book, The City in Mind, a mishmash of history and planning critique of Paris, Atlanta, Mexico City, Berlin, Las Vegas, Rome, Boston, and London.
One exploration program, he remembers, carried out in the area by Band-Ore Resources and other companies in 1995 and 1996 provided spinoff work for local prospectors, drillers, engineers and geologists from across northeastern Ontario and helped boost the economy until gold prices took a nosedive,
The Felicity ratings nosedive was because the shows were not based on real-life issues.