A sudden involuntary drop to the ground
The act of plunging suddenly downward into or as if into water
A usually swift downward trend, as in prices
Chris Brown's reputation has definitely taken a nosedive since word of the assault got out.
Losing physical custody of her kids is just one more sign that Britney Spears' life is continuing its nosedive from the high heights of fame to the low depths of infamy.
Almost as quickly as skateboarding had gained popularity, the sport took a sudden nosedive, threatening Tony Hawk's livelihood.
Along with the possible physical difficulties, some women feel that their libido takes a nosedive in the build-up to the menopause.
You'll also be able to enjoy the natural beauty of the Northwest-right before you nosedive at 60 miles per hour on one of the coasters!