verb. ['ˌɪmˈploʊd'] burst inward.
- fall in
- give way
- cave in
- go on
Words that Rhyme with Implode
Example sentences of the word implode
1. Verb, base form
Another Way to Look at Commitment.” Bad moods and moments of poor communication can implode a casual fling.
2. Verb, non-3rd person singular present
And if you have absolutely no experience as a waiter, then you need our advice before you implode.
3. Noun, singular or mass
They will eat the coffee grounds and implode.
Quotes containing the word implode
1. That must be love: when everything else in the world could implode and you wouldn't care as long as you had that one person standing beside you.
- Katie McGarry, Dare You To