One hundred feet below him the plummet rested on something solid that sustained it in space.
Into it, dropping through it like a plummet through space, came the report of a rifle.
It fell like a plummet into the French second line trenches, and continued to burn there.
The boy who had kept up his friendship with engine-drivers after he was an officer knew how to sink the plummet into human emotions.
Now we were dropping as though at the end of an unreeling plummet cord; the floor of the valley was no more than two hundred feet below.
Or, if necessary, he will bear his ills with a patience and calm endurance deeper than ever plummet sounded.
Hinton meantime was taking soundings, and sometimes his plummet stopped where it started, and sometimes it dropped to an unexpected depth.
It is the old, immeasurable love, a deep well which no plummet has ever sounded; a fountain of perennial richness.
The bricklayer with his bricks, no longer heedful of plummet or the law of gravitation, have toppled, tumbled, and it all welters as we see!
When sometimes, with an awful sound, God's great plummet strikes the ground!
The space was far too limited for such maneuvering, so the masked man let his knees collapse and dropped like a plummet while the adversary clutched at empty air.
It made a plummet streak until about fifty feet above the earth, when it exploded into a fine shower of powder, leaving intact a pirouetting bit of white.
And to thentent that my plummet shall point the more iustely, I doo make it sharpe at the nether ende, and so may I trust this woorke for certaine.
To make the legs level, set the triangle up on fairly level ground, suspend a plummet from the top and mark on the cross-piece where the line touches it.
But the pelican and the porcupine shall possess it; and the owl and the raven shall dwell therein: and he shall stretch over it the line of confusion, and the plummet of emptiness.
Short & Simple Example Sentence For Plummet | Plummet Sentence
His heart sank like a plummet in a pool.
A few years ago we hung a plummet from the top of this monument to the bottom.
Tis a plummet to sound Spanish hearts How deeply they are yours.
What plummet can sound the depths of a woman's fall who has become a harlot?
Definition of Plummet
(intransitive) To drop swiftly, in a direct manner; to fall quickly. | (archaic) A piece of lead attached to a line, used in sounding the depth of water, a plumb bob or a plumb line | (archaic) Hence, any weight
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