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  1. Downsnoun

    the South Downs.

    Let's just go for a walk on the Downs.

  2. Downsnoun

    Down's syndrome.

Freebase

  1. Downs

    Downs is a city in Osborne County, Kansas, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city population was 900.

Dictionary of Nautical Terms

  1. downs

    An accumulation of drifted sand, which the sea gathers along its shores. The name is also applied to the anchorage or sea-space between the eastern coast of Kent and the Goodwin Sands, the well-known roadstead for ships, stretching from the South to the North Foreland, where both outward and homeward-bound ships frequently make some stay, and squadrons of men-of-war rendezvous in time of war. It is defended by the castles of Sandwich, Deal, and Dover.

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of downs in Chaldean Numerology is: 7

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of downs in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3

Examples of downs in a Sentence

  1. Tyler Winklevoss:

    Yes, there's been some ups and downs in between, but overall if you zoom out long enough, the trend is going in the right direction, the graph is still up and to the right.

  2. Kyle Lowry:

    It’s been an amazing time, it’s been fun, ups and downs, but you enjoy the moment of being able to play basketball.

  3. Melissa Leggio:

    All the doctors and nurses at Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt have been amazing. Due to [COVID-19] restrictions, only one parent was allowed with Abigail during her treatment and all the nurses took such great care of her and also helped me through the ups and downs of watching your child go through cancer treatments, we will be forever grateful for everything they have done for us.

  4. Khloe Kardashian:

    Rob definitely has his ups and downs, and he's been struggling for the past year and a half, maybe two years, which I think we've all had those times in our life, for the last week, he's been doing better, but I want Rob to do [better] consistently forever. So right now I'm really proud of him. He's been working out a little and trying to get his groove back. And he acknowledges it! He's aware that he's very introverted and of course not the way he used to be. I think being aware is probably the best thing.

  5. Elizabeth Sunday:

    Life is a horizon, Made up of the life here and there, But for the life here, From the day you came into this world, And unto the day you leave this world, Is made up of a journey, A race to run till you get to the finish line. Don't expect much from life, Because you might not like what it gives you, Life doesn't give you what you deserve, But you give unto life what you ought to deserve, Backup by hard work and will. Life is a rumble ball, Full of ups and downs, Difficulties and trials, It is never a bed of roses, Or a place full of only enjoyment. Life is a battle field, A survival of the fittest, Only those who have hope and courage, Is accessible in winning in this life. It is made up of different categories, The rich, the poor, The weak, the strong, The death, the living, The good and the evil. Now is left for every man out there, Including those reading this quote now, To answer this question, Which category do I belong to? Or want to belong to? Life is self-made, Everything about it is personal, A Personal Race.

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