To cause to collapse inward violently.(verb-transitive)
To demolish (a building) by causing to collapse inward.(verb-transitive)
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Use "implode" in a sentence
"You are about to implode from the weight of your own uselessness."
"The system would implode from the bon mots and snark."
"A revolt will soon follow once all these situations come to a head; this will surely cause us as Americans to implode from the inside and make us vulnerable to outside forces."