use precipitous in a sentence.
All real-world exponential curves I can think of eventually reverse precipitously, or at least plateau.
I didn't mean to judge you precipitously.
We are at the precipitous.
I would not be surprised if the recording costs have dropped precipitously since 2000.
Or much much less, and it has been known to fall precipitously as well.
If "healthier" is measured by number of mastodons killed with bare hands, yes, it's been a precipitous decline.
The web still is about long tail, just that the signal:noise ratio has dropped precipitously.
I'm pretty sure this is untrue; the likelihood of offspring drops pretty precipitously after certain ages.
Well I think more precisely, he's implying if you take out the few heavy hitters, then the value drops precipitously.
I think the drop-off is more precipitous than you believe, at least for the jobs that require physical ability & mobility.
One reason I'm not an entrepreneur is that I haven't found a reliable, enjoyable way to get past the precipitous drop in enthusiasm and energy that occurs around 3 days to 1 week into a project, for me.
When Stack Overflow went down tonight my productivity dropped precipitously.
Someone made the good point that this is probably in response to the precipitous drop, as Americans are getting up in the morning.
My prediction: comment voting will drop precipitously.
I can't tell yet but it seems Slide is horribly overvalued, especially with giants like Digg and Facebook's valuations dropping precipitously.