How to use Plume in a sentence as a noun

At random hours of the day. I'm beginning to suspect that "Jeff Barr" is a non de plume fronting a group of people, like Franklin W. Dixon.

It does say that> By the time the Reagan realized it was contaminated and tried to shift location, the radioactive plume had spread too far to be quickly outrun.\n>\n> “We have a multimillion-dollar radiation-detection system, but . . .

The way the valves were configured when the processor restarted would have routed the rail car's contents to the wrong tank resulting in a reaction which would have created a huge plume of highly toxic gas.

Chernobyl tossed a plume into the air, which was easily measured, traveled fast, and dispersed within weeks.

The Skycrane system was supposed to reduce the plume ground pressure during landing to the point where dust wouldn't be an issue for MSL.

Hovering rockets have an exhaust plume, and flying airplanes have a descending vortex-pair, and both are essential to any explanation.

TWA 800 was the center of a lot of conspiracy theories about it being shot down by a US Navy missile, up to and including purported eyewitness accounts of a missile plume.

There's a big plume of smoke where the 777 is.

How to use Plume in a sentence as a verb

How might they ever know to avoid a massive radiation plume they weren't expecting?

Particularly if the plume is very large and expanding faster than they can move the ship?2.

Failure to do so produces a plume of radiation straight into the air.

The exhaust plume entrains the inlet air, boosting the combustion chamber pressure by cooling the rocket exhaust plume.

Stage names, noms de plume and masked balls have been around for millennia.

Particularly if the plume is very large and expanding faster than they can move the ship?The crucial assumption here is that the crew supposedly wasn't expecting a radioactive fallout plume.

The plume was located more than a kilometer below the surface.

Plume definitions

noun

anything that resembles a feather in shape or lightness; "a plume of smoke"; "grass with large plumes"

noun

a feather or cluster of feathers worn as an ornament

noun

the light horny waterproof structure forming the external covering of birds

See also: feather plumage

verb

rip off; ask an unreasonable price

See also: overcharge soak surcharge gazump fleece pluck hook

verb

be proud of; "He prides himself on making it into law school"

See also: pride congratulate

verb

deck with a plume; "a plumed helmet"

verb

clean with one's bill; "The birds preened"

See also: preen

verb

form a plume; "The chimneys were pluming the sky"; "The engine was pluming black smoke"

verb

dress or groom with elaborate care; "She likes to dress when going to the opera"

See also: preen primp dress