Examples of flatline in a Sentence
the patient was fading fast, and doctors expected him to flatline before the night was over
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Nic Budden, Foxton’s CEO, predicts that the real estate market will remain challenging this year, while Samuel Tombs, analyst at Pantheon Economics, predicts that house prices will flatline for the next 6 months.
University of Washington modeling, commissioned by Gates, estimates that if investment isn't increased in health and education, then the per-capita GDP, rising steadily for decades, will flatline.
Average house prices, then, look set to flatline this year.
Berman said campaigns typically flatline in the middle.
The inning would flatline in the next moments when Cuthbert bobbled a grounder at third base and threw wildly to first, allowing another run to score and everybody to be safe.
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medical Definition of flatline
- I flatlined on the operating table, but Dr. Bunsom managed to revive me.
- —Alison Wright, Yoga Journal, May/June 2005
- He used to be ill quite a bit as a younger child, and his heart flatlined four times before he was 6.
- —Ginnie Graham, Tulsa World, 19 Dec. 2007
- But just because death is expected doesn't mean it's any less depressing when the patient finally flatlines.
- —Phil Taylor, Sports Illustrated, 26 Jan. 2009
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