Antonyms for downside

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Jacob arrived in the evening at Downside with a basket of shells.

As he had missed meeting the lawyer at Downside, he must ride over to Morbury to him.

They set out, and Harry went to order his horse to ride to Downside.

The day was now drawing on, and Harry began to think of returning to Downside.

“Listen,” he exclaimed, trying to force her back from Downside.

It will, however, be kind in you to do as you propose; will you drive or ride over to Downside?

We must go to Downside; I cannot exist another day without seeing May.

Jacob merely remarked that he hoped the family at Downside were also well.

Few schools are situated in more perfect surroundings than Downside.

She never wished for a holiday, and it would have been a trial to her to have had to keep away from Downside.

WORD ORIGIN

1680s, "underside," from down (adv.) + side. Meaning "drawback, negative aspect" is attested by 1995.

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bitter pill

nounsomething unavoidable and unpleasant
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