- me·te·or·i·cal·ly, adverb
- non·me·te·or·ic, adjective
- non·me·te·or·i·cal·ly, adverb
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How to use meteoric in a sentence
In the next two years, Thiel’s Roth reached new heights, reflecting Facebook’s meteoric rise.Lord of the Roths: How Tech Mogul Peter Thiel Turned a Retirement Account for the Middle Class Into a $5 Billion Tax-Free Piggy Bank | by Justin Elliott, Patricia Callahan and James Bandler | June 24, 2021 | ProPublica
It would have been nearly impossible for anyone to sustain such meteoric highs.How DMX's It's Dark and Hell Is Hot Changed the Course of Hip-Hop Forever | Andrew R. Chow | April 9, 2021 | Time
With the meteoric ascendance of the knowledge economy, colleges and universities have become financial titans in urban centers.Higher Education Has a Tax Problem and It's Hurting Local Communities | Davarian L. Baldwin | April 7, 2021 | Time
More important, after one of the most meteoric rises in culinary history, and before the coronavirus pandemic shattered the restaurant industry, Skenes plotted a change in direction.
Ahead of the North American release of Mugen Train, here’s everything to know about Demon Slayer, the author-illustrator behind it and the meteoric success of the manga, television series and film.Everything to Know About Demon Slayer: The Manga, TV Series and Record-Breaking Film | Kat Moon | February 24, 2021 | Time
The officer who served with Pounding said that when he first met him, “he was well-respected and he was on a meteoric rise.”Commando Colonel Accused of Exposing his Lover to HIV | Jacob Siegel | November 19, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Fueled by atrocity and a blitzkrieg of gains in Iraq and Syria, the Islamic State has enjoyed a meteoric climb to notoriety.
But don't be fooled by the brash on-the-street demeanor and meteoric rise in popularity.How 'Billy on the Street' Star Billy Eichner Turned Screaming at Strangers Into Comedy Gold | Kevin Fallon | March 12, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Despite the criticism, Tesla has continued its meteoric rise.
The establishment and meteoric rise of Shas in Israeli politics came largely in response to this reality.Israel's Ethiopian Birth Control Story Reflects A Broader Problem | Emily L. Hauser | January 28, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
There was not one of us who did not consider this meteoric display prophetic.
Perhaps she stood too near him, perhaps she was too young to draw the lesson that we of to-day draw from his meteoric career.Napoleon's Young Neighbor | Helen Leah Reed
meteoric stones have generally a broken, irregular surface, coated with a thin black crust, like varnish.
Another enormous mass of meteoric iron was found in South America, about the year 1788.
meteoric stones have fallen in all climates, in every part of the earth, at all seasons, in the night and in the day.
British Dictionary definitions for meteoric
of, formed by, or relating to meteors
like a meteor in brilliance, speed, or transience
rare of or relating to the weather; meteorological
- meteorically, adverb
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