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The Definition of - comedown (noun)

    noun
    1.
    an unexpected or humiliating descent from dignity, importance, or wealth.

Word Example of - comedown

    Example Sentences for comedown

    And at Anagni he may certainly rest for the night, though his quarters may be a comedown not only from Rome but from Velletri.

    They say it is fine and homelike there, but it will surely be some comedown after Rue Brea.

    I mean to land up in Minsk, working in a grubby little factory is quite a comedown.

    Poor Peggy—it was rather a comedown after her fairy visions.

    I got the impression he was a bitter man because, I imagine when he defected to Russia, it was comedown.

    There was a comedown now of feathered hats, and point collars, and curled hair; and leathern jerkin should have its day.

Word Origin & History of - comedown

    Word Origin & History of - comedown

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