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Down

Antonyms for down:

upwards, up, upwardly, upward, cheery, cheerful, imperfect.

Synonyms for down:

Sense 2

pelt, stricken, bouncy, chug, subside, gathering, glug, wattle, Against, unwell, eject, stack up, From, drink to, sunken, downhill, vortex, mandible, bombed-out, turbulence, eddy, perforated, throw back, sluggish, maelstrom, scramble, bank, shopworn, poorly, timber, nonlinear, downfall, loll, moth-eaten, warped, airlift, subnormal, wool, exponential, faulty, torrent, ruinous, cross country, comedown, gulp, talk down, recline, low-level, runaway, ruff, flawed.

Sense 4

bust, squirt, sit-up, comb, wholesale, skin, ill, ebb, vent, With, armor, pilot, retail.

Sense 5

buzz, sit, under, below, bottom, brush, about, out, spur, lower.

Sense 6

ground, climb, downgrade, current, neck, lift, slow.

Sense 7

bill, drip, throw, wash, off, collar, nurse, plate, go down, apart, lie, descent, bolt, lay.

Sense 8

sink, perch.

Sense 9

seat, burn.

Sense 10

flow, around.

Sense 11

wing, right.

Sense 12

course.

Sense 14

stir.

Sense 16

soft.

Sense 21

in.

beneath

underfoot.

consume

gulp.

disaster

catastrophe.

drink

toss off, wash down, slurp.

drink down

quaff.

englut

englut.

happen

crop up.

in low spirits

melancholy, spiritless, dull, sad, dysphoric, wistful, desolate, melancholic, unhappy, heavy-hearted, tristful.

john l. h. down

John l. h. down.

knock down

knock-down.

mound

hill.

polish off

use up.

quill

feather.

rising

uphill.

shoot-down

shoot down.

take

take.

complete (adjective)

terminated.

crestfallen (adjective)

cast down.

damaged (adjective)

flawed.

dejected (adjective)

sad.

depressed (adjective)

low-down, spiritless, tristful, despondent, dysphoric, low, unhappy, melancholic, heavy-hearted, low-spirited.

descending (adjective)

descendent.

disappointed (adjective)

crestfallen.

doleful (adjective)

doleful.

heartsick (adjective)

heartsick.

low (adjective)

lower.

sickly (adjective)

peaky.

sullen (adjective)

glum.

woebegone (adjective)

woebegone.

all (adverb)

downwardly, downwards, downward.

Sense 2 (noun)

prostrate, apart, under, below.

Sense 4 (noun)

broken, inoperative, ahead.

Sense 5 (noun)

throw.

Sense 6 (noun)

dull, off, slow, soft, sluggish, slack.

Sense 7 (noun)

homeward, laid up, counterclockwise, ill, downwind, poorly, clockwise, eastbound, left, unwell, cross country.

Sense 8 (noun)

sad.

Sense 9 (noun)

climb, comedown, bank, come down, buzz, ditch, airlift, captain, descent, downfall, eject.

Sense 11 (noun)

complete.

Sense 12 (noun)

wrecked, faulty, Trashed, flawed.

Sense 13 (noun)

brush, coat, camouflage, dander, exoskeleton, beard, dewlap, armor, armour.

Sense 14 (noun)

bouncy, skyward, ascending.

Sense 15 (noun)

assimilate, burn, go down, stay down, metabolize, digest.

Sense 16 (noun)

comb, cockscomb, crest, beak, collar, gizzard, bill, feather.

Sense 18 (noun)

bottom, low-level, subnormal, rock bottom, sunken, lower.

Sense 20 (noun)

bolt.

Sense 22 (noun)

BOGOF, mail order, wholesale, retail, freemium, first refusal, open market.

Sense 23 (noun)

plunge.

Sense 25 (noun)

lea, grassland, moor, heath.

animal (noun)

down feather.

deterioration (noun)

descent.

down (noun)

floss, fluff, nap, wool, pile, fuzz.

fuzz (noun)

floss.

hair (noun)

ruff, mane.

payment (noun)

payment.

person (noun)

John l. h. down.

lower (preposition)

below.

descending (verb)

descendent.

Usage examples for down:

  • We may as well go down together." - "The Vultures", Henry Seton Merriman.
  • Yes, down with the Lunarians! - "All Around the Moon", Jules Verne.
  • He looked down, he looked up, and then he looked down again. - "Leonore Stubbs", L. B. Walford.

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