Examples of meltdown in a Sentence
fears that an accident could cause meltdown
a company experiencing financial meltdown
After a long day at the beach, our toddler had a major meltdown in the car on the way home.
Recent Examples of meltdown from the Web
Gosling’s character has a meltdown over it — eight years after the movie’s release.
So when all these Very Good Things converged this weekend, the Internet had an absolute meltdown.
As the meltdown approached, things began to change.
Polls have shown that Mr. Maduro is deeply unpopular, with Venezuela suffering a grinding economic meltdown marked by food shortages and the world’s highest inflation.
And has Louise Linton undergone penance for her Instagram meltdown?
Those decades of gridlock, crisis and meltdown in American politics left a trail of snubbed Supreme Court wannabes in their wake.
Japanese authorities have banned tours to the vicinity of Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant, which went into meltdown after an earthquake caused a tsunami that engulfed the coast in 2011, killing nearly 19,000 people.
For obvious reasons, no politician is going to say out loud that Hurricane Harvey was a fortuitous event that helped Washington avoid what was sure looking like a fiscal meltdown in September.
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Examples of melt down in a Sentence
apparently beset by personal problems, the actor proceeded to melt down before startled theatergoers
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