Examples of flameout in a Sentence
Fans were disappointed by the team's flameout in the play-offs.
before her sudden, self-inflicted flameout, she was one of the state's brightest political stars
Recent Examples of flameout from the Web
Yet, as surprising as the downhill upsets and ice-rink flameouts that have marked the 2018 Winter Games in Pyeongchang have been, there are certain elements few would have predicted.
Porter returned as a shadow of himself for the SEC tournament and MU’s NCAA Tournament flameout against Florida State and now is projected as an NBA draft top 10 pick.
Mayfield is the most dynamic, but Manziel's flameout would probably lead some fans to instinctually and unfairly boo a Mayfield pick.
Americans are inured to the personnel drama in the White House—the factions and flameouts and new blood and walking wounded.
The latest: Awaiting the fallout from the Raptors’ latest flameout against the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Hayden Hurst has gone from a baseball flameout to a potential first-round NFL pick.
Hurst’s unlikely ascent from minor league baseball flameout to Southeastern Conference star to No.
The consequence, for those runners good enough to dream of records, will be lots of spectacular flameouts—which can be fun to watch but are less fun to participate in.
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Examples of flame out in a Sentence
even at the reception, some were predicting that the marriage would flame out before the fancy china ever got used
FLAMEOUT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of flameout for English Language Learners
: a sudden stopping of a jet engine
: a very sudden and complete failure
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