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Synonyms for down

along

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  • along
  • to the other end of
  • throughout the length of
  • from one end to the other of

throughout

downwards

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not working

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fluff

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have a down on something or someone

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  • be antagonistic or hostile to
  • be set against
  • have it in for
  • be anti
  • be prejudiced against
  • be contra
  • bear a grudge towards
  • feel ill will towards

Synonyms for down

characterized by reduced economic activity

suffering from or affected with an illness

a sudden drop to a lower condition or status

to swallow (food or drink) greedily or rapidly in large amounts

Synonyms for down

(American football) a complete play to advance the football

English physician who first described Down's syndrome (1828-1896)

(usually plural) a rolling treeless highland with little soil

fine soft dense hair (as the fine short hair of cattle or deer or the wool of sheep or the undercoat of certain dogs)

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eat immoderately

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bring down or defeat (an opponent)

shoot at and force to come down

cause to come or go down

being or moving lower in position or less in some value

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extending or moving from a higher to a lower place

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becoming progressively lower

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being put out by a strikeout

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understood perfectly

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lower than previously

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shut

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not functioning (temporarily or permanently)

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spatially or metaphorically from a higher to a lower level or position

away from a more central or a more northerly place

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to a lower intensity

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And Mr Downie, whose project has gained interest from around the globe, hopes that any success with Blaenau Gwent could spread across the Valleys, and then develop into a UK-wide bio-gas network capable of producing far greater amounts of renewable energy.
Mr Downie, who set up NetBop at the age of 21, completed the acquisition with the assistance of Sovereign Business Transfer.
Downie admitted she didn't expect to kiss the prince.
Randall and Downie argue that we must reject this view of dignity, and recognize that 'in order to be justifiable, treatments must always carry a likelihood of conferring net benefit' (73).
Mr Downie pleaded guilty to nine offences of dishonest reception of showing the games with the intent to avoid payment of the applicable charge, contrary to Section 297 (1) of the Copyright Design and Patents Act 1988.
Jocelyn Downie, Dying Justice: A Case for Decriminalizing Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide in Canada.
Louise Downie edits DON'T KISS ME: THE ART OF CLAUDE CAHUN AND MARCEL MOORE (1597110256, $45.
The Warriors were undone by a well-drilled Dundee outfit at Hillheads last night as the visitors made the most of their chances to back up a man of the match display from Colin Downie, writes David Hall.
Dying Justice: A Case for Decriminalizing Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide in Canada Jocelyn Downie University of Toronto Press, 2004 201 pages, hardcover ISBN 0802037607
David Leonard Downie is Director of the Earth Institute Fellows Program at Columbia University.
According to Downie, Goldcorp intends to fund the building of the tram and then the joint venture would reimburse Goldcorp for the rights to drill test in the area.
Club President Mike Hemming handed over pounds 500 to the Warwick Division of St John's Ambulance pounds 500 plus pounds 800 for Tracey and Simon Downie, parents of disabled six-year-old Ashley Downie, who was born with a chromosome deficiency which causes problems with mobility.
Andrew Downie, of Swansea, developed the "spam filter" Bopspam three years ago.