Common misspellings for down

ioen, cown, doavan, doown, downof, dows, gorwn, dowen, adown, htoown, nown, doyu, downmy, downd, downin, towncar, odwn, donnot, deawn, doesn, downwar, dcown, downn, donei, doind, dodwn, dowt, doiing, modorn, dawr, donn, lowton, domn, dounle, konw, doasn, towyn, dwhen, doin, downa, doesn'e, qown, dugon, trown, dophin, doan, dawnd, doont, torwn, fown, doesen, doinv, dozon, whwn, downb, donwt, doezn, dowtown, ddone, towna, toewn, downor, doewn, doun, dozn, dotn, dopwn, town, downwith, douing, bown, doena, don'y, dywane, downt, doint, downthe, downard, doink, downm, topwn, dwon, shodown, doign, dound, yown, doine, dfin, doungh, doowoon, deoing, dowh, doen, dodn, doornob, doun't, dowing, dowmn, dount, townfor, doong, donew, sdoon, dowon, daywhen, dosn, dioing, downon, doinig, btown, ddoing, tdown, donho, doi8ng, doqwn, dowson, downown, doiong, dodin, godown, drwn, owna, diown, doneon, wown, doinf, doenut, doand, dawin, pown, dowm, donnna, dorn, aoun, donw, doent, stown, widonw, youown, down, droan, fdown, dorwn, downfor, doesn'y, kown, wvwn, dotne, donnor, midown, dushawn, downto, hown, don, don'f, dohnut, buydown, doiwn, dowwn, dsoon, got'n, donwn, dodgin, towng, don'e, dounf, dosin, dowb, dknow, donein, downe, dow, dwn, doone, don', thown, doman, dowe, dowturn, tougn, dowdn, tochdown, doney, redown, donen, sdown, iown, doonot, mdoern, downat, lodoun, townof, dowan, doww, dowbn, doinq, don'n, doinh, diwn, doion, downoad, domne, daewn, doinng, donno, touwn, dlown, dpwn, dowl, towen, donee, aown, downo, doant, idown, downtow, laydown, douwt, donem, doorn, dobne, donnt, dowsin, todown, dojo, doezen, douwn, knwn, paydown, doung, dowin, doesn', doon, downl, lown, doinga, towrn, dopne, douzen, dissown, etown, toiwn, udon, daow, tuchdown, dozzen, donre, gouwn, ddown, dooing, drewn, widown, dosen, toown, daown, rown, doien, doona, btwn, dauwn, dawnt, delwyn, doe'nt, doen't, donn't, doi9ng, do'n, donne, doin't, don'nt, don'r, donn0t, doojon, dooway, downj, dowsn, downloae, down's, dwtown, loudoun, oown, ouwn, towne.

Definitions of down

  1.   the fractional price paid in cash at time of purchase; " the down payment"; " a payment of $ 200 down"
  2.   From a higher to a lower position: on the ground: from earlier to later times.
  3.   In a low or the lowest position, literally or figuratively; at the bottom of a decent; below the horizon; of the ground; in a condition of humility, dejection, misery, and the like; in a state of quiet.
  4.   Downcast; as, a down look.
  5.   A road for shipping in the English Channel or Straits of Dover, near Deal, employed as a naval rendezvous in time of war.
  6.   ( usually plural) a rolling treeless highland with little soil
  7.   The soft under feathers of birds. They have short stems with soft rachis and bards and long threadlike barbules, without hooklets.
  8.   Soft feathers, hair, or wool; the soft fibers of plants; banks or small, rounded hills of sand.
  9.   A depressed state. Up and down, here and there. Down with, to pull down or throw or take down.
  10.   shut; " the shades were down"
  11.   paid in cash at time of purchase; " put ten dollars down on the necklace"
  12.   Along a descent of; from a higher to a lower place on; along the course or current of.
  13.   extending or moving from a higher to a lower place; " the down staircase"; " the downward course of the stream"
  14.   from an earlier time; " the story was passed down from father to son"
  15.   The pubescence of plants; the hairy crown or envelope of the seeds of certain plants, as of the thistle.
  16.   to a lower intensity; " he slowly phased down the light until the stage was completely black"
  17.   lower than previously; " the market is depressed"; " prices are down"
  18.   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"
  19.   fine soft dense hair ( as the fine short hair of cattle or deer or the wool of sheep or the undercoat of certain dogs)
  20.   eat immoderately; " Some people can down a pound of meat in the course of one meal"
  21.   shoot at and force to come down; " the enemy landed several of our aircraft"
  22.   becoming progressively lower; " the down trend in the real estate market"
  23.   Fine, soft, hairy outgrowth from the skin or surface of animals or plants, not matted and fleecy like wool
  24.   A tract of poor, sandy, undulating or hilly land near the sea, covered with fine turf which serves chiefly for the grazing of sheep; - usually in the plural.
  25.   In a descending direction along, upon, or within.
  26.   From a greater to a less bulk, or from a thinner to a thicker consistence; as, to boil down in cookery, or in making decoctions.
  27.   To cause to go down; to make descend; to put down; to overthrow, as in wrestling; hence, to subdue; to bring down.
  28.   From a higher to a lower position, literally or figuratively; in a descending direction; from the top of an ascent; from an upright position; to the ground or floor; to or into a lower or an inferior condition; as, into a state of humility, disgrace, misery, and the like; into a state of rest; -- used with verbs indicating motion.
  29.   Downward; going down; sloping; as, a down stroke; a down grade; a down train on a railway.
  30.   In a descending direction; on the ground; below the horizon.
  31.   becoming progressively lower; " steadily declining incomes"; " the down trend in the real estate market"
  32.   The fine soft feathers of fowls; any fine hairy substance light enough to float in the air.
  33.   improve or perfect by pruning or polishing; " refine one's style of writing"
  34.   Downright; absolute; positive; as, a down denial.
  35.   low in spirits; " 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"
  36.   shoot at and force to come down; of aircraft
  37.   From a remoter or higher antiquity.
  38.   Dejected; downcast.
  39.   not functioning ( temporarily or permanently); " we can't work because the computer is down"
  40.   in an inactive or inoperative state; " the factory went down during the strike"; " the computer went down again"
  41.   A bank of sand thrown up by the sea:- pl. a tract of hilly land, used for pasturing sheep.
  42.   Soft feathers or fine hair; bank of sand thrown up by the sea.
  43.   In the direction of gravity or toward the center of the earth; toward or in a lower place or position; below; - the opposite of up.
  44.   Downcast.
  45.   The soft hair under the feathers of fowls: the hairy covering of the seeds of certain plants: anything which soothes or invites to repose.
  46.   cut down; " the tree is down"
  47.   bring down or defeat ( an opponent)
  48.   The soft hair of the face when beginning to appear.
  49.   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"
  50.   understood perfectly; " had his algebra problems down"
  51.   Hence: Towards the mouth of a river; towards the sea; as, to sail or swim down a stream; to sail down the sound.
  52.   The fine soft feathers of fowls, particularly of the duck kind; fine hair; a fine hairy substance, the pubescence of flowers; a fine feathery substance, by which seeds are wafted to a distance; anything that soothes, or a place of soft repose.
  53.   soft fine feathers
  54.   A bank of sand thrown up by the sea; a tract of naked hilly land used only for pasturing sheep. The downs, a well- known road for shipping in the English Channel near Deal.
  55.   a complete play to advance the football; " you have 4 downs to gain 10 yards"
  56.   A bank or rounded hillock of sand thrown up by the wind along or near the shore; a flattish- topped hill; - usually in the plural.
  57.   Along a descent.
  58.   To cover, ornament, line, or stuff with down.
  59.   being or moving lower in position or less in some value; " lay face down"; " the moon is down"; " our team is down by a run"; " down by a pawn"; " the stock market is down today"
  60.   In a descending direction along; from a higher to a lower place upon or within; at a lower place in or on; as, down a hill; down a well.
  61.   A state of depression; low state; abasement.
  62.   drink down entirely; " He downed three martinis before dinner"; " She killed a bottle of brandy that night"; " They popped a few beer after work"
  63.   That which is made of down, as a bed or pillow; that which affords ease and repose, like a bed of down
  64.   Along a descent; from a higher to a lower place; toward the mouth of a river; from the capital of a country; from the head terminus of a railway. Down the sound, in the direction of the ebb- tide toward the sea. Down the country, toward the sea or from the metropolis.
  65.   From a higher to or toward a lower place or position; downward to or on the ground; below the horizon.
  66.   From a higher to a lower place; on the ground; extended or prostrate on any surface; toward the mouth of a river; below the horizon, as the sun; into a due consistence, as, to boil down. Note.- Persons in London say down to Scotland, & c., and those in the provinces, up to London.
  67.   Fine soft plumage, hair, or fibers.
  68.   From a higher to a lower place; from the capital or the centre; on the ground; below the horizon; from a higher to a lower condition; into disrepute or disgrace; into smaller bulk; from earlier to later times; extended or prostrate on the ground or on any flat surface.
  69.   ( American football) a complete play to advance the football; " you have 4 downs to gain 10 yards"
  70.   out; " two down in the last of the ninth"
  71.   Along a descent: from a higher to a lower position or state.
  72.   away from a more central or a more northerly place; " was sent down to work at the regional office"; " worked down on the farm"; " came down for the wedding"; " flew down to Florida"
  73.   A flat - topped treeless hill; undulating tract of upland.
  74.   From a higher to a lower degree or position; at the lowest point; on the ground; below the horizon; opposite to up; from earlier to later times; in hand, or on the counter; as, to pay down for goods; on paper, or in a book.
  75.   English physician who first described Down's syndrome ( 1828- 1896)
  76.   To go down; to descend.

Antonyms for down

devil-may-care, encouraged, gladsome, beaming, operating, cheerful, lusty, climb, operative, blissful, jocular, lose, easygoing, succumb, Enrapt, retreat, raised, insouciant, upbound, satisfied, effective, upward, gratified, unconcerned, recovering, thrilled, cheery, running, surrender, employable, unfinished, working, able-bodied, resign, rising, entranced, exhilarated, carefree, risen, fall, smiling, exuberant, wretched, heartened, fit, Sprightful, energetic, buoyant, capitulate, execrable, elevated, canty, soar, frisky, second-rate, submit, joyous, performing, incomplete, spirited, chipper, high, sound, unsatisfactory, middling, jubilant, ascending, undone, peppy, jocund, strong, skyward, elated, euphoric, enraptured, inferior, bright, usable, Eupeptic, heady, jovial, awful, safe, robust, poor, bad, well, productive, well-conditioned, pathetic, jocose, mending, lively, ecstatic, hearty, lousy, serving, glad, uncompleted, better, heavenward, improved, dormie, jacked, fly, rotten, blooming, lightsome, operable, vivacious, aweigh, Heightened, grinning, rapturous, wholesome, viable, cavalier, bouncing, ahead, flush, thriving, springy, vital, yield, blithesome, leading, flourishing, cede, terrible, merry, vile, rapt, imperfect, continuing, hale, gladdened, in the lead, winsome, exultant, forfeit, happy-go-lucky, sanguine, lighthearted, pleased, joyful, dormy, tough, rise, operational, upwardly, rhapsodic, fail, boon, rosy, escalated, uplifted, overjoyed, Recuperating, zippy, hardy, ascent, careless, happy, sprightly, low-grade, ongoing, delighted, optimistic, content, functioning, upbeat, mediocre, Producing, upfield, jolly, substandard, healthy, sprouted, Convalescing, conditioned, Buoyed, nosebleed, ascension, jaunty, functional, workable, blithe, rugged, giddy, whole, hopeful, animated, mirthful, rehabilitated, stalwart, excited, effectual, atrocious, lifted, laughing, increased, sunny, retire, up, operant, intoxicated, upwards, healthful, gleeful, airy, useful, second class, perky, cured.

Quotes of down

  1. Skiing combines outdoor fun with knocking down trees with your face. – Dave Barry
  2. It is vital that we get these policies right as we take forward our plans to drive down the deficit and transform our economy. – David Cameron
  3. I contend that Bush would be a lot more moderate if there weren't some fundamentalists breathing down his neck every time he wants to establish the state of Israel, every time he wants to do justice for the Palestinian people. – Tony Campolo
  4. If our subconscious was attractive, we wouldn't have to bury it down deep within us. – Doug Coupland
  5. I desire so to conduct the affairs of this administration that if at the end... I have lost every other friend on earth, I shall at least have one friend left, and that friend shall be down inside of me. – Abraham Lincoln
  6. That old black magic has me in its spell, That old black magic that you weave so well; Icy fingers up and down my spine, The same old witchcraft when your eyes meet mine. – Johnny Mercer
  7. I have to have a little bit of time to myself right before whatever it is that I have to do because most of the time I'm sitting in my head convincing myself to calm down all right, show down – Christina Milian
  8. I spend a lot of time preparing. I think a lot about what I want to do. I have prep books, little notebooks in which I write everything down before a sitting. Otherwise I would forget my ideas. – Helmut Newton
  9. She found me intolerable. But she got to know me, and I wore her down – Robert B. Parker
  10. I even scored Monaco's goal too. Please, put it down as an own goal for me! – Alessandro Del Piero
  11. Some of us are like a shovel brigade that follow a parade down Main Street cleaning up. – Donald T. Regan
  12. What it all boils down to for me is having the enthusiasm to do something for enjoyment and being stimulated by what's around you. That's what photography does for me. – Graeme Le Saux
  13. People get caught up in asking whether Americans should be going here or there. What it boils down to is the call of the Lord. If the Lord has called you to a specific area, that's where you are going to see the fruit. – Michael Scott
  14. I had some eyeglasses. I was walking down the street when suddenly the prescription ran out. – Steven Wright
  15. There are films you see that only reach your eyes. Then there are films that you can watch... that reach down to your throat, or reach your heart. "In the Mood for Love," though, reached all the way to my belly. – Zhang Ziyi

Usage examples for down

  1. Are they coming down – The Dark Forest by Hugh Walpole
  2. “ Howll I live it down – Greener Than You Think by Ward Moore
  3. Must keep myself down – The Star-Gazers by George Manville Fenn
  4. You can talk to me all you like when I come down – The Happiest Time of Their Lives by Alice Duer Miller
  5. Came down to the last day. ” – Sunny Slopes by Ethel Hueston
  6. Let us go down – Tales from the Veld by Ernest Glanville
  7. In that case we must go down at once. ” – Malcolm by George MacDonald
  8. Would I come down there at once? ” – The Burial of the Guns by Thomas Nelson Page
  9. Then Iris came down again. ” – In Luck at Last by Walter Besant
  10. “ " You had better not put her down she doesn't live with me. ” – Stories and Pictures by Isaac Loeb Peretz
  11. “ I can sit down by myself. ” – Mr. Pim Passes By by Alan Alexander Milne
  12. It was Priddy, going down to Mazzicombe. ” – The Story of Louie by Oliver Onions
  13. And down he went. ” – Eskimo Folktales by Unknown
  14. “ I had no idea you were down here! ” – Embarrassments by Henry James
  15. Come down and see what I have for you. ” – Bunny Brown and his Sister Sue Giving a Show by Laura Lee Hope
  16. Take it from me, Mr. 'Awkes, he's not going to give 'er the chawnce to turn 'im down – A Fool and His Money by George Barr McCutcheon
  17. “ " I cannot come down to- day. ” – Children of Borneo by Edwin Herbert Gomes
  18. “ " You set right down said Uncle William. ” – Uncle William The Man Who Was Shif'less by Jennette Lee
  19. “ " Told him to come on down said Jack. ” – The Radio Boys with the Revenue Guards by Gerald Breckenridge
  20. “ " Come on down I said. ” – Waiting for Daylight by Henry Major Tomlinson

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