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Plunge

Pronunciation of Plunge
/plˈʌnd͡ʒ/, /plˈʌnd‍ʒ/, /p_l_ˈʌ_n_dʒ/

Antonyms for plunge:

ascend, climb, ascent, rise.

Synonyms for plunge:

Sense 1

erosion, fall over, downturn, letup, crumple, nosedive, header, reduction, downswing, hasten, push over, glide, downtrend, shrinkage, diminution, cutback, downslide.

Sense 2

haste, hurtle, rundown, collapse, flier, mitigation, moderation, fall off, pratfall, ebb, wade, lunge, tail-off, overbalance, stay down, stumble, attrition, fall out, nose dive.

Sense 3

ram, tackle, bring down, shed, spill, skid, decrease, sag.

Sense 4

thrust, drop off.

Sense 5

landing.

Sense 6

dig, stab, drive, let down.

Sense 8

shower.

Sense 9

land, come off, send.

Sense 10

tip.

Sense 11

trip.

Sense 12

go down.

Sense 14

cut.

Sense 23

down.

adventure

venture.

bath

swim.

cascade

flood.

descend

plop, stumble.

endowment

investment.

gamble

bet.

hasten

haste, hasten.

Sense 1 (noun)

crater, decrease.

Sense 2 (noun)

lunge.

Sense 10 (noun)

landing, pratfall, stumble, trip.

act (noun)

dip.

descent (noun)

comedown, slope, descent, grade.

plunge (noun)

immerse, soak up, souse, dunk, launch, douse, steep, plunk, dip, pitch, swoop, absorb, engross, dive, engulf.

descend (verb)

settle, slide, drop, descend, lower, tumble, plummet, fall down, fall, come down, slump, decline, topple, slip.

dive or fall fast (verb)

hurtle, immerse, sink, descend, go down, pitch, plummet, drive, thrust, dip, tear, lunge, tumble, rush, topple, submerge, dash, drop, plunk.

immerse (verb)

engulf, dunk, flood, inundate, douse, wallow, drown, dip, submerge, bathe, sink, immerse.

lower (verb)

depress, deepen, shorten.

plunge (verb)

fall, pitch, swoop, dive, drop, plummet.

run (verb)

jog, hurry, gallop, bound, dash, scoot, lope, scamper, dart, scurry, sprint, canter, tear, rush, run, trot, race, scramble.

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