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Another word for down

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Adjective
  1. Characterized by reduced economic activity

      1. Yielding readily to pressure or weight:
      2. Easily molded, cut, or worked:
      3. Not tense and therefore capable of absorbing the impact of a ball or puck and of catching, receiving, or controlling it:
      1. Displaying little movement or activity; slow; inactive:
      2. Lacking alertness, vigor, or energy; inert or indolent.
      3. Slow to perform or respond to stimulation.
      1. Not moving or able to move quickly; proceeding at a low speed:
      2. Marked by a retarded tempo:
      3. Taking or requiring a long time:
      1. Not tense or taut; loose:
      2. Lacking in activity; not busy:
      3. Moving slowly; sluggish:
      1. From a place or position:
      2. At a certain distance in space or time:
      3. From a given course or route; aside:
      1. Arousing little interest; lacking liveliness; boring:
      2. Not brisk or rapid; sluggish:
      3. Not having a sharp edge or point; blunt:
    See also:

    increase

  2. Suffering from or affected with an illness

    See also:

    health

  3. In low spirits

Noun
  1. A sudden drop to a lower condition or status

    See also:

    rise

Verb
  1. To cause to fall, as from a shot or blow

    Idioms:
    See also:

    rise

  2. To swallow (food or drink) greedily or rapidly in large amounts

      1. Any of several carnivorous mammals of the genus Canis, especially the gray wolf of northern regions, that typically live and hunt in packs.
      2. The fur of such an animal.
      3. Any of various similar or related mammals, such as the hyena.
      1. To drink greedily or grossly:
      2. To follow the ingestion of (food, for example) with the ingestion of a liquid:
      3. To flood with water, as for washing or rinsing:
      1. To swallow greedily or in excessive amounts; gulp.
      1. To drink greedily or habitually:
      2. To consume to excess:
      3. To drink, especially alcoholic beverages, greedily or habitually.
      1. To swallow greedily or rapidly in large amounts:
      2. To choke back by or as if by swallowing.
      3. To choke or gasp, as in swallowing large amounts of liquid.
      1. To devour in greedy gulps.
      2. To take greedily; grab:
      3. To eat greedily or rapidly.
      1. To devour greedily.
      2. To gorge; glut.
      3. To fill to excess, as with blood or other fluid.
      1. To gulp down; swallow greedily.
      1. A bar made of wood or metal that slides into a socket and is used to fasten doors and gates.
      2. A metal bar or rod in the mechanism of a lock that is thrown or withdrawn by turning the key.
      3. A fastener consisting of a threaded pin or rod with a head at one end, designed to be inserted through holes in assembled parts and secured by a mated nut that is tightened by applying torque.
    See also:

    ingestion

Another word for down

Other
  1. Having a downward motion

  2. Physically lower

  3. Figuratively lower

  4. Dejected

    See also:

    sad

  5. Not working

    See also:

    broken

Noun
      1. The thick coat of soft hair covering the skin of a mammal, such as a fox or beaver.
      2. The hair-covered, dressed pelt of such a mammal, used in making garments and as trimming or decoration.
      3. A garment made of or lined with the dressed pelt of a mammal.
      1. Light down or fuzz, as on a young bird or on a dandelion or milkweed seed.
      2. Something having a very light, soft, or frothy consistency or appearance:
      3. Light or superficial entertainment:
Verb