Definition of Downstrokes

1. Noun. (plural of downstroke) ¹



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Definition of Downstrokes

1. downstroke [n] - See also: downstroke

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Downstrokes

downspouts
downstage
downstages
downstair
downstate
downstater
downstaters
downstates
downsteepy
downstep
downsteps
downstream
downstream processing
downstroke
downstrokes (current term)
downstroy
downstroyed
downstroying
downstroys
downstyle
downswing
downswings
downtempo
downthrow
downthrows
downtick
downticks
downtime
downtimes

Literary usage of Downstrokes

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1. Principles and Practice of Show-card Writing, Prepared in the Extension by Lawrence E. Blair (1922)
"were thin and the downstrokes broad. The modern forms of the Roman alphabet ... As nearly all of the vertical strokes are downstrokes, these strokes are ..."

2. The Theory and Practice of Handwriting: A Practical Manual for the Guidance by John Jackson (1894)
"It would lead too far to pursue in detail the process of movement in writing, in order to explain the agreement of the downstrokes with their lines of ..."

3. The Theory and Practice of Handwriting: A Practical Manual for the Guidance by John Jackson (1893)
"It would lead too far to pursue in detail the process of movement in writing, in order to explain the agreement of the downstrokes with their lines of ..."

4. Diseases of the heart by James Mackenzie (1908)
"The downstrokes in the space As represent the auricular waves (a) in the jugular, and the downstrokes in the space Va represent the carotid waves c, ..."

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