nosedive (Meaning)

Wordnet

nosedive (n)

a sudden sharp drop or rapid decline

a steep nose-down descent by an aircraft

Wordnet

nosedive (v)

plunge nose first; drop with the nose or front first, of aircraft

nosedive Sentence Examples

  1. The airplane's nosedive sent shivers down the passengers' spines as it plummeted towards the ocean.
  2. The stock market took a nosedive after the release of disappointing earnings reports.
  3. Their relationship had been spiraling downward for months, and now it had reached an irreversible nosedive.
  4. The student's grades nosedived after he stopped attending class regularly.
  5. The team's morale went into a nosedive after losing their star player to injury.
  6. The economy experienced a nosedive during the global financial crisis.
  7. The project was a disaster from the start, with deadlines constantly being missed and budgets spiraling out of control, ultimately resulting in a nosedive.
  8. The singer's career took a nosedive after a series of public scandals.
  9. The hiker lost his footing and went into a nosedive down the steep mountainside.
  10. The company's stock price nosedived after the CEO was arrested for fraud.

FAQs About the word nosedive

a sudden sharp drop or rapid decline, a steep nose-down descent by an aircraft, plunge nose first; drop with the nose or front first, of aircraft

fall, plunge, decline,drop, descent, dip,dive, down, plummeting, comedown

soaring, advance, soaring,rise, progress, ascent, rise, advance, climb, ascent

The airplane's nosedive sent shivers down the passengers' spines as it plummeted towards the ocean.

The stock market took a nosedive after the release of disappointing earnings reports.

Their relationship had been spiraling downward for months, and now it had reached an irreversible nosedive.

The student's grades nosedived after he stopped attending class regularly.