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On the one hand, it’s a relief that Another Round isn’t the bleak downer you think it’s going to be, a story about a man ruined by alcoholism.
MADS MIKKELSON CAN DO ANYTHING. BUT HE'S STUCK IN THE BORING OSCAR-NOMINATED ANOTHER ROUNDSTEPHANIE ZACHAREKMARCH 19, 2021TIME
Stream it on Hulu This quirky and quiet adaptation of Jesse Andrews’ 2012 young adult novel sounds like a real downer.
THE BEST TEEN ROM-COMS TO WATCH AFTER YOU FINISH THE TO ALL THE BOYS TRILOGYANNABEL GUTTERMANFEBRUARY 12, 2021TIME
The accompanying portrait is from an oil painting in the possession of his grand-daughter, Mrs. Samuel Downer, of Dorchester.
TEA LEAVESVARIOUS
There was Downer, a little Freshman, white with the excitement of his first public performance.
AT START AND FINISHWILLIAM LINDSEY
Here Dr. Eliphalet Downer, in single combat with a soldier, killed him with a bayonet.
THE GREAT EVENTS BY FAMOUS HISTORIANS, VOLUME 14VARIOUS
“Very well, Jerry Downer; you are dismissed,” and he waved Jerry out of the room.
MISS ASHTON'S NEW PUPILMRS. S. S. ROBBINS
Last fall I potted some of the Downer, and in the winter grew them in the house.
LOCUSTS AND WILD HONEYJOHN BURROUGHS
Some berries shine, the Downer glows as if there were a red bloom upon it.
LOCUSTS AND WILD HONEYJOHN BURROUGHS
One more set put them in the final match against Jim Downer and his sister Helen.
KEINETHJANE D. ABBOTT
Downer's Cleaning and Polishing Oil for bright metals, is the oldest and best in the market.
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, VOLUME XLIII., NO. 25, DECEMBER 18, 1880VARIOUS
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WORDS RELATED TO DOWNER

  • bad scene
  • bum trip
  • bummer
  • disaster
  • downer
  • drag
  • freak-out
  • unhappy situation
  • unpleasant drug experience
  • unpleasant situation
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