Definition of Downswings

1. Noun. (plural of downswing) ¹



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Definition of Downswings

1. downswing [n] - See also: downswing

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Downswings

downstaters
downstates
downsteepy
downstep
downsteps
downstream
downstream processing
downstroke
downstrokes
downstroy
downstroyed
downstroying
downstroys
downstyle
downswing
downswings (current term)
downtempo
downthrow
downthrows
downtick
downticks
downtime
downtimes
downto
downtown
downtowner
downtowners
downtowns
downtrend
downtrended

Literary usage of Downswings

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1. A New Dimension of Time by Marc van der Erve (2007)
"His discovery allowed him to forecast major upswings and downswings. By studying the Dow, ... Elliott referred to upswings and downswings as waves. ..."

2. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1893)
"downswings the float, and it goes under with a rash. Billy strikes, up comes the float and line, minus the stout gut and perch-hook. ..."

3. The English Illustrated Magazine (1904)
"Last came a great butterfly, his downswings stained with black and vermilion, and settled for a moment on Gabriels bridle. The nameless instinct of ..."

4. Global Challenge and Local Response: Initiatives for Economic Regeneration by Walter B. Stöhr (1990)
"... two contraction/crisis periods of the 1870s and 1930s (the second and third Kondratieff downswings) when a great number of local self-help schemes were ..."

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