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
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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.
The computer code leak investigation of Weed is only the latest development in the flameout of his career with US intelligence, starting nearly six years ago.
So in one of the most spectacular flameouts in recent years, Theranos went from a $9 billion Silicon Valley unicorn to a Silicon Valley unicorpse.
In an unprecedented flameout, the Canadian men’s and women’s curling teams were shut out of medals at the 2018 Winter Olympics.
So the price for Thomas gives him the flameout edge.
But a funny thing happened on the way to another Eagles’ postseason flameout, namely Nick Foles.
The flameout last week of the popular online investment portal Qianbao is the latest in a string of collapses that has devastated small investors and prompted Beijing to take steps to tamp down on potential unrest.
And, because, let’s face it, the teams here had so many dry stretches and big-game flameouts.
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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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