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  • verb Present participle of downshift.
  • noun A social trend towards living a simpler, less ambitious life with a better work-life balance.

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Examples

  • Still, Daum says authorities have been a bit awkward in "downshifting" now that it appears the U.S. situation isn't dire.

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  • Still, Daum says authorities have been a bit awkward in "downshifting" now that it appears the U.S. situation isn't dire.

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  • Still, Daum says authorities have been a bit awkward in "downshifting" now that it appears the U.S. situation isn't dire.

    CourierPostOnline.com - News

  • Still, Daum says authorities have been a bit awkward in "downshifting" now that it appears the US situation isn't dire.

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  • Still, Daum says authorities have been a bit awkward in "downshifting" now that it appears the U.S. situation isn't dire.

    News for Waynesboro News Virginian

  • Still, Daum says authorities have been a bit awkward in "downshifting" now that it appears the U.S. situation isn't dire.

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  • Still, Daum says authorities have been a bit awkward in "downshifting" now that it appears the U.S. situation isn't dire.

    News from www.rep-am.com

  • Still, Daum says authorities have been a bit awkward in "downshifting" now that it appears the U.S. situation isn't dire.

    EMSResponder.com: Top EMS News

  • Still, Daum says authorities have been a bit awkward in "downshifting" now that it appears the U.S. situation isn't dire.

    News for Waynesboro News Virginian

  • Still, Daum says authorities have been a bit awkward in "downshifting" now that it appears the U.S. situation isn't dire.

    CourierPostOnline.com - News

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