- adj. sloping down rather steeply
“Once the initial downward-sloping trend line is drawn, the bottom is a simple duplicate.”
“The name is attributed to the fact that it resembles an actual flag with a downward-sloping body (due to price consolidation) and a visually evident post.”
“The downward-sloping curve of your weight, the upward-sloping curve of your savings — for some folks, visual cues to success are understandably addictive and motivating.”
“If you are familiar with the normal, downward-sloping population curve of industrial societies, you will understand my point.”
“No enemy was in sight, only the long, downward-sloping tunnel, like a mine shaft, leading ever deeper underground.”
“At once, the stone slab rumbled, inching to the side, revealing a downward-sloping tunnel.”
“Like the descending staircases earlier, each aqueduct bridge featured guttered edges and downward-sloping steps, only they were not as steep.”
“The qawHaqhoch led the away team through a series of winding, downward-sloping tunnels.”
“Yeah, you could say that rain is the cause or the downward-sloping terrain?”
“Instead, he switches to the modest position that "to be rational is to have a downward-sloping demand curve.”
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