landslide definition

  • noun:
    • The downward sliding of a relatively dried out mass of earth and rock.
    • The size that slides. Also referred to as landslip.
    • a formidable almost all votes for a political party or prospect.
    • An election that sweeps a party or candidate into company.
    • A great success.
    • a normal tragedy that involves the breakup and downhill movement of rock, mud, liquid and such a thing caught within the course.
    • A vote won by an extensive or overwhelming majority.
    • The slipping down of quite a few land from a mountain, slope, etc.
    • The land which slips down.
    • An election triumph when the winning candidate gets a substantial majority of the votes, frequently meaning at least ten % more than any opposing prospect.
    • Any daunting triumph.
    • A falling or sliding down of a mass of soil, detritus, or rock on a mountain-side.
    • a formidable electoral triumph
    • a slide of a large size of dust and rock down a mountain or cliff

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