GNU Webster's 1913
- v. (Naut.) to sail, row, or move down a river, or toward the sea.
“And much as he longed to drop down out of the tree, slashing at them with his climbing stick, he knew better.”
“La Salle was furnished with pilots and requested to drop down to the White Cliffs, now known as Ellis 'Cliffs, eighteen miles below Natchez, where a delegation would meet and conduct him to the White Apple village.”
“I watched in the mirror while he unzipped his pants and pulled that twelve-inch monster free, jacking it while he walked the few steps to drop down on my chair.”
“Soon after, she also ran aground, a misfortune of which our opponent strangely took no advantage; and, on getting off, I thought it best to drop down to the bluff again, as the tide was still hoplessly low.”
“He crossed to the auxiliary screens and began to rap out orders, marshalling another box-dropping troop to transit out to Mycenae and to drop down into that inferno below.”
“A few miles ahead the thickets blended into solid forest again; it would be necessary to drop down closer to the Erinin before they reached that.”
“At one point during the season, I had to drop down from my walking-around weight of 205.”
“Hiro flickered momentarily into view, his sky-black hand waving for them to drop down into the canopy.”
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