Definition of Downtowners

1. Noun. (plural of downtowner) ¹



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Definition of Downtowners

1. downtowner [n] - See also: downtowner

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Downtowners

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downtowners (current term)
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Literary usage of Downtowners

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1. Ancestry, Early Life and War Record of James Oliver, M. D.: Practicing by James Oliver (1916)
"I was at once hailed as a worthy member, to be one of the boys of the downtowners. I think a Miss Lewis of South Royalston, afterwards the wife of Dr. ..."

2. Historic Tales of Olden Time: Concerning the Early Settlement and Progress by John Fanning Watson (1833)
"They were the Achilles and the Patroclus of the " downtowners. " The Northern Liberties about Camptown and Pegg's run used to be in agitation almost every ..."

3. Post Ex Sub Dis: Urban Fragmentations and Constructions by Ghent Urban Studies Team (2002)
"... over a district in the process of gentrifying, pushing out poets to make room for new downtowners fond of trendy restaurants and galleries. ..."

4. History of Old Germantown, with a Description of Its Settlement and Some by John Palmer Garber, C. Henry Kain, Naaman Henry Keyser, Horace Ferdinand McCann (1907)
"... the people of this part of the town were somewhat better off in this world's goods than were the residents of the upper part, so the ''downtowners" ..."

5. Letters to the Young on Progress in Pudsey During the Last Sixty Years by Joseph Lawson (1887)
"downtowners playing up-towners ; in wet weather, bad roads, and played through the village ; breaking windows, striking bystanders, the ball driven into ..."

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