meteoric


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Wikipedia.
Related to meteoric: Meteoric iron

meteoric

1. of, formed by, or relating to meteors
2. Rare of or relating to the weather; meteorological
References in periodicals archive ?
76, and it's seen a meteoric rise thanks to strong earnings and big international growth — in addition to winning results from such franchises asStranger Things.
TWICE a Brit Award nominee, Jonas Blue has had something of a meteoric rise to fame since he burst on to the scene less than two years ago - 12 million singles globally and almost 2 billion streams are testament to this.
It's been a meteoric rise for Leonidas Kattou, who has gone from the fryer to fine dining at Michelinstarred restaurant Simpsons in Edgbaston.
Summary: One Direction have had their meteoric rise to fame documented in a new comic book.
Perth, Australia, July 11, 2011 - (ABN Newswire) - Following Meteoric Resources's (ASX:MEI) initial drilling programme at Coorara in the South Yilgarn iron ore province, the company has carried out further geological mapping and sampling to identify additional drilling targets for hematite-goethite mineralisation with direct shipping potential.
Sue McMahon from Calderdale said: "This meteoric rise in work-related stress is due to the demands being placed on our members to hit Government targets.
to your week ahead Music: Portico Quartet's meteoric rise In just a few years this quartet's hypnotic music has taken them from busking on London's South Bank to a Mercury Prize nomination to performing at the Royal Opera House Busking to Royal Opera.
Sir, Simon Wright says the meteoric growth of organic foods over the past decade has set the agenda for the food industry as o whole (The Grocer letters, 25 April, p24).
But Powell's meteoric rise for both region and country in recent months could mean the former All Black star will now have to settle for a place on the bench.
After posting disappointing earnings in recent months, The Times has been eager to lease some of its space in what has become a lucrative option for the paper given the meteoric rise of Manhattan office rents.
Charles tells the story of his family's claim to fame and meteoric rise into popular culture.
WITH THE CONVICTION of Ken Lay and Jeffrey Skilling, the CEOs who guided Enron through its meteoric rise and even more spectacular implosion of fraud and conspiracy, an era has come to an end.