American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Two roughly parallel ranges of chalk hills in southeast England. The North Downs extend about 161 km (100 mi) from west to east; the South Downs, about 105 km (65 mi). Both are sheep-rearing areas.
- n. Sussex the South Downs.
“Being from Minneapolis, and living in Oaxaca city, Lila Downs is a home-town gal to me.”
“Justin Downs crafted a Jell-o turkey Death Rattle that purrs when you pet it, with an embedded capacitive circuit (inset, at left).”
“As Coffelt sank to the floor, the gunman turned his weapon on a plainclothes White House police officer by the name of Downs, who was just returning to Blair House after buying groceries for the Trumans.”
“Watership Downs is my all time favorite fantasy and Richard Adams was the image that inspired me to give writing a try at 55.”
“Robert Downs is using a Raman spectrometer and now has 1,500 of the 4,000 minerals in his data base.”
“Downs is the director of the Albany Office of the state Commission on Judicial Conduct, which investigates complaints of misconduct against judges and can admonish, censure or remove judges found to have engaged in misconduct.”
“Downs is due back in court for a hearing on March 17.”
“Downs is starting to feel more at ease on the mound, more relaxed, and he's getting different results," Robinson said.”
“Windeatt up at Breeza Downs is in a mortal funk, and sending word everywhere for a squad of Specials to protect his woolshed. ”
“Michel caused an outcry when he labelled the Downs players as "average".”
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