use plummets in a sentence.
The quality doesn't just slide, it plummets.
Later still, a weakened Superman (without giving too much away, let me note that the flick is drastically inconsistent about how well the Man of Steel holds up to kryptonite) plummets from the sky in the classic crucifiction pose.
Arctic ice thickness 'plummets' - The thickness of Arctic sea ice "plummeted" last winter, thinning by as much as one-fifth in some regions, satellite data has revealed.
Top draft choices command long-terms deals worth more than $40 million guaranteed but the price-tag plummets as the first round proceeds.
The deal with FC Barcelona requires Rubio to stay in Spain through the 2010-11 season, at which time the buyout price tag plummets to about $1.4 million.
Everything "plummets", & we're all playing PC games.