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down

(Dejected), adjective depressed, despondent, disconsolate, discouraged, downcast, gloomy, glum, somber sorrowful, sullen, unhappy, upset, weary,
Associated concepts: capacity, mental illness, incompetency

down

(Lowest Point), adjective below, beneath, far below, lower, lowest, rock-bottom, under, underneath
Associated concepts: interest rates down, trip and fall, slip and fall
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We shall sleep downstairs tonight, and take the boat home tomorrow.
Its owner went downstairs into the courtyard, got into his carriage, and drove away.
Then he nailed the plank down again, and put his tools in his bag, and came downstairs.
Batterbury; "her ladyship tumbled downstairs yesterday morning.
Shall I go downstairs and speak with him in his own room?
Humpy-Dumpy fell downstairs, and yet he married the princess
I want to move Anna downstairs, but we must hang up blinds.
I dawdled away the morning--part of the time in the rooms downstairs, and part out of doors in the great square which is formed by the three sides of the house, and by the lofty iron railings and gates which protect it in front.
He took the cash-box out of the drawer, and turning to leave the shop, became aware that Stevie was still downstairs.
Looking out accordingly, and stretching her neck over the handrail, she descried, to her great amazement, Mr Tappertit completely dressed, stealing downstairs, one step at a time, with his shoes in one hand and a lamp in the other.
He will wake in an hour or so, I dare say; and although I have told that thick-headed constable-fellow downstairs that he musn't be moved or spoken to, on peril of his life, I think we may converse with him without danger.
Let me lead you downstairs,' said the ever-gallant Mr.