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|present participle||spiraling or spiralling|
|past tense||spiraled or spiralled|
|past participle||spiraled or spiralled|
Her fears began to spiral again.
The economic crisis could spiral into a political disaster.
Crime has begun to spiral out of control in the capital.
The news sent stock prices spiraling down to a five-year low.
spiraling wages and costs
This is the American English definition of spiral. View British English definition of spiral.
the part of a church where the priests and choir sit during a religious ceremony