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Synonyms for descend

go down

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be descended from

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  • originate from
  • derive from
  • spring from
  • proceed from
  • issue from
  • be a descendant of

descend on something or someone

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descend to something

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Synonyms for descend

to move downward in response to gravity

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to slope downward

to have hereditary derivation

to bring oneself down to a lower level of behavior

to become lower in quality, character, or condition

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Four-star hotel brands, such as Choice and Hampton Inn, are also descending upon the region for the first time, offering fewer amenities and gentler rates than the luxury inns.
Set in the land of Elona where an evil ruler is attempting to summon her outcast god, Nightfall will ask the stout of heart are asked to answer the rallying cry of the Sunspears - the protectors of the realm - to fight back the looming darkness descending upon the land.
This high season, is supported by college graduates descending upon New York en masse from all parts of the country, and marks lease completions for the majority of New Yorkers.
The Democrats are descending upon Los Angeles, a town known for its plastic surgery, movie facades, faux sincerity and phony personalities.
H&R Block (NYSE: HRB) is descending upon its most-active time of year, as the ides of April draws ever closer.
With a crew of about 60 descending upon the empty course, about 100 extras from Central Casting were included (paid $86 plus $16 for mileage) to act as the gallery whenever director LeVar Burton needed a thunderous Woods-like cheer.
The shares are well beneath their 10-week and 20-week moving averages, thanks to acute weakness over the past few weeks, but it is descending upon the 14 level, which contained pullbacks in July 2002 and February 2003 and may again protect the stock's proverbial bottom from absolutely falling out.
WITH the Brave New World of health care rapidly descending upon us, picture the future of medical practice: a physician's assistant - a technician with a two-year college degree - desperately seeking help from a doctor but only finding a nurse practitioner for medical advice.