Textual thesaurus for "down"

(adj) down in the mouth, downcast, downhearted, dispirited, depressed, low, low-spirited, grim, gloomy, blue

filled with melancholy and despondency

gloomy at the thought of what he had to face; gloomy predictions; a gloomy silence; took a grim view of the economy; the darkening mood; lonely and blue in a strange city; depressed by the loss of his job; a dispirited and resigned expression on her face; downcast after his defeat; feeling discouraged and downhearted

(adj) depressed

lower than previously

the market is depressed; prices are down

(adj) down pat, mastered

understood perfectly

had his algebra problems down

(adj) downward

extending or moving from a higher to a lower place

the down staircase; the downward course of the stream

(adv) downward, downwardly, downwards

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

don't fall down; rode the lift up and skied down; prices plunged downward

(noun) down feather

soft fine feathers

(noun) pile

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

(noun) Down, John L. H. Down

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

(verb) polish, refine, fine-tune

improve or perfect by pruning or polishing

refine one's style of writing

(verb) consume, devour, go through

eat immoderately

Some people can down a pound of meat in the course of one meal

(verb) toss off, drink down, belt down, bolt down, pop, pour down, kill

drink down entirely

He downed three martinis before dinner; She killed a bottle of brandy that night; They popped a few beer after work

(verb) knock down, cut down, pull down, push down

cause to come or go down

The policeman downed the heavily armed suspect; The mugger knocked down the old lady after she refused to hand over her wallet

(verb) land, shoot down

shoot at and force to come down

the enemy landed several of our aircraft