GNU Webster's 1913
- v. [Colloq.] To be swallowed; -- used literally or figuratively.
“How such a reparation would have vulgarized their past -- it would have been like "restoring" a masterpiece; and how exquisite must have been the perceptions of the woman who, in defiance of appearances, and perhaps of her own secret inclination, chose to go down to posterity as Silvia rather than as Mrs. Vincent Rendle!”
“Andre Green and Eric Lee volunteered to go down and break up the fight.”
“To avoid this fate, one has to go down Ed Glaesers road and modify the contractual obligations of the firm.”
“Thereafter Longstreet, who asserted seniority, instructed Huger to march past and to go down the Charles City Road.”
“I would feel much better about myself if I would prefer to go down on Kim Deal or Ellen Barkin.”
“Sextus Pompeius is going to go down next year, whether you donate a fleet or not.”
““Countless times,” Murielle Bouchard recalls, “I had to go down to the street and grab them out of the hockey game by the skin of their necks and drag them to the rink.””
“But, Heaven bless us! if we are to go down there, and view all the smoking and squatting about, and hurryscurryation of the preparatory process, we should never eat more!”
“Realistically there are some things that are going to go down hard.”
“The sun started to go down earlyas it did these daysand I flicked on my desk light.”
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