Plummet [verb]

Definition of Plummet:

fall sharply; fall hard and fast

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Sentence/Example of Plummet:

And love was the plummet dropped down into the deeps of him where like had never gone.

Oh, is there any plummet to sound the depths of a mother's love?

No plummet ever sank so deep as Jamie sank the thoughts of those few months.

Her singles were perfectly round, and as flat at the top as if laid with a plummet.

This line, with a plummet, is mentioned by Lucilius; and was the sund-gyrd of the Anglo-Saxons.

The bird had dropped like a plummet, dead before it struck the ground.

What plummet can sound the depths of a woman's fall who has become a harlot?

Dropping like a plummet, he alighted on his hands and knees on the ground.

Henry saw that he could not escape it, and his heart sank, like a plummet in a pool.

It dropped like a plummet, but no man saw where it struck the earth.