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That’s an even more dramatic comedown than the one from Mitchell to Conley.

The NCT, then, represented the slow postnuptial comedown, when the establishment of rhythms and routines isn’t always fun but is necessary for a shared goal.

Most psychedelic therapy playlists follow the arc of a calm, gentle start as the drug kicks in, building up to more intense music while the psychedelic has its peak effects, followed by a gradual return to softer music during the comedown.

One is as a big comedown from the size of the crowds that watched her on broadcast television.

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

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

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

"So long as nobody in society hears of this sudden comedown, we shall pull through," he said.

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


On this page you'll find 58 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to comedown, such as: anticlimax, blow, collapse, comeuppance, crash, and cropper.

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