broken down[ broh-kuh n-doun ]SEE DEFINITION OF broken down
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BROKEN DOWN
Master has come back, broken down the door, and she is gone!
The least trace of softness in his voice would, I think, have broken down my temper.
Woburn had broken down the door, and stood torn and breathless in the breach.
And it had broken down their whole relation, poisoned their whole life.
If he was broken down today he strengthened his hands for tomorrow.
All barriers were broken down, and she clung to him and cried.
A chance word might have broken down the last barrier of her will.
It would indeed be little better than a broken down Shay-horse.
At last Nettie had broken down; and now he had it all his own way.
Whence they come none can tell, and they are broken down into nothingness.