Down synonyms

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Physically lower
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To adjust a control on (a TV or radio set) for better reception
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Physically lower
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Growing flat along the ground. Creeping jenny, pennyroyal, and many species of ivy have a prostrate growth habit.
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Figuratively lower
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Dejected
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Not working
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Not working
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Plural form of feather
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Something having a very light, soft, or frothy consistency or appearance:
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The thick coat of soft hair covering the skin of a mammal, such as a fox or beaver.
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(Slang, idiomatic, intransitive) to make an individual contribution to a group effort (eg. money pool, collaborative record album)
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To make (something) lower (especially of clothes).
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(Informal) To reduce the price of.
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To toss (dice) from one's hand or a container so that they roll and then come to rest: the faces uppermost indicate the value of the
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To cause to fall by striking; cut or knock down:
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To bring (a country) under control by force.
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To knock or throw to the ground
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Trip is defined as to catch your foot or someone else's on something and stumble or fall, or to make a mistake or to catch someone else in a mistake.
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Floor is defined as to cover with a bottom surface, or to press down or astound someone.
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Topple is defined as to fall over, or to overthrow.
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To bring about the downfall of (a government, etc.), especially by force.
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To defeat in any conflict, as in argument
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To excel or exceed in power; to cause to yield; to subdue.
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To cause to overturn; knock or tip over:
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To turn or throw over; upset
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To cause to fall by shooting.
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To cause to fall, as from a shot or blow
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To drink very quickly, swallowing large quantities of liquid at a time.
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(Idiomatic) To put to sleep.
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To furnish with or as if with a deck.
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Upper:
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Having a downward motion
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(Nautical) To cause (the land or any other object) to seem higher by drawing nearer to it.
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To direct or carry from a lower to a higher position; raise:
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To raise to a higher moral, cultural, or intellectual level:
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Physically lower
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Beneath or below in position:
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Figuratively lower
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Figuratively lower
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Figuratively lower
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Dejected
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Not working
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Kind; nature; species (from the proverbial phrase "birds of a feather").
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A slender growth resembling a mammalian hair, found on insects and other animals.
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To salute a person or an occasion with a toast:
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(Baseball) To execute (a base hit) successfully:
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In poor health; sickly
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The definition of beat is someone or something that is extremely tired and/or worn out.
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Indecent; risqué:
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Dejected, disheartened, or humbled
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Resembling down:
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(Botany, mycology) Covered or growing in wooly tufts.
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Having a fluffy or woolly appearance.
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Alternative form of lanuginose.
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The same height at all places; parallel to a flat ground.
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The covering of feathers on a bird.
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Covered with fine hairs or down
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(Botany, zoology) Covered with down or fine hairs.
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Having a slope.
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Sad; wretched; sorrowful
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Covered with wool or something resembling wool in texture
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The state of being abased or humbled; humiliation. [Mid 16th century]
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Source AMS Glossary of Meteorology
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A covering of fine, soft hair, as on a leaf, insect, or newborn child.
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(Ornithology) A soft down feather of young birds, persisting in some adults
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The soft down that covers the surface of many plants and insects
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Cheerful; willing:
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Willing; ready
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Cheerful; lively; bright
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unhappy
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Of heaven; heavenly. [First attested around (1150 to 1350).]
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Comparative form of high: more high
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(Idiomatic) Periods of positive and negative events, moods, or interactions; highs and lows.
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Arousing little interest; lacking liveliness; boring:
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Designating a time when one is not strictly attentive to business or affairs, or is absent from a post, and, hence, a time when affairs are not urgent.
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Moving slowly; sluggish:
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Only moderately warm; low:
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Not active; slow or slow-moving; dull
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Agreeable to the senses.
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Not measuring up to recognized standards of excellence, as of behavior or conduct:
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Not well; ailing; ill; sick
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Unable to move about normally due to illness or injury, especially when confined to bed.
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Desolate is defined as someone or something which is unhappy or bleak.
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Pertaining to dysphoria, or of being in a state of dysphoria
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Ranked near the beginning of an ascending series or scale:
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Of or relating to melancholia.
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The definition of melancholy is someone or something that is sad or gloomy.
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Lacking energy, drive, motivation or emotion. Enervated.
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Sorrowful; gloomy.
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Expressing sadness or yearning:
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A decline to a lower status or level.
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Hereditary derivation; lineage:
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A sudden, heavy fall, as of snow
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(Idiomatic, dated) To slay, often in great numbers.
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To move or descend from one height or level to another:
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To knock down or lay low.
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(Electricity) To connect (an electric circuit) to a ground.
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To connect or assemble pieces using a bolt.
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To eat greedily; feed ravenously
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To eat quickly and greedily
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To swallow air audibly, as in nervousness.
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To swallow up greedily or in large amounts; gulp; gorge; guzzle
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Wolf is defined as to eat quickly and in great quantities.
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Characterized by reduced economic activity
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Suffering from or affected with an illness
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The process of or an action or instance of coming to prominence.
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To swallow (food or drink) greedily or rapidly in large amounts
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Unrelenting or uncompromising:
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(Idiomatic) Sad or discouraged, especially as indicated by one's facial appearance.
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(Idiomatic) Thoroughly practiced, rehearsed, or understood.
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understood perfectly
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spatially or metaphorically from a higher to a lower level or position
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spatially or metaphorically from a higher to a lower level or position
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soft fine feathers
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A heap of wood or other combustible material on which a corpse or sacrifice is burned
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English physician who first described Down's syndrome (1828-1896)
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Polish is defined as to rub until smooth and shiny, use a substance or wax on a surface to make it glossy, or to improve the condition.
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To use precise distinctions and subtlety in thought or speech.
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To rapidly destroy, engulf, or lay waste.
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To expend; use up:
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(Literally) To travel from one end of something to the other.
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To assemble hastily.
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Pop is to make a sudden, short, explosive noise or is the action of causing something to make such a noise.
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drink down entirely
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(Intransitive) To rain heavily.
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To thwart passage of; veto:
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cause to come or go down
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(Intransitive) To descend to a surface, especially from the air.
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