Another word for down
prep. and modif.
Having a downward motion
forward, headlong, downward, downhill, downstairs, bottomward, downgrade, on a downward course, from higher to lower, to the bottom, downwardly, in a descending direction, to a lower position, declining, falling, descending, gravitating, slipping, sliding, cascading, sagging, precipitating, slumping, dropping, sinking, earthward, groundward, southward, hellward.
Another word for downadjective
Characterized by reduced economic activity:dull, off, slack, slow, sluggish, soft. See increase
Suffering from or affected with an illness:ill, sick, unwell. (Informal) laid up. (Chiefly Regional) poorly. See health
In low spirits:blue, dejected, depressed, desolate, dispirited, downcast, downhearted, dull, dysphoric, gloomy, heavy-hearted, low, melancholic, melancholy, sad, spiritless, tristful, unhappy, wistful. Idiom: down at (or in) the mouth. See happy
To cause to fall, as from a shot or blow:bring down, cut down, drop, fell1, flatten, floor, ground, knock down, level, prostrate, strike down, throw. (Slang) deck1. Idiom: lay low. See rise
To swallow (food or drink) greedily or rapidly in large amounts:bolt, englut, engorge, gobble, gulp, guzzle, ingurgitate, swill, wolf. See ingestion