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adjective as in later

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Example Sentences

Antitrust authorities around the world would need to weigh the position a merged Exxon and Chevron would have in both the upstream and downstream sectors.

From Fortune

Beyond some threshold—or weight—the cell fires a signal to its own network of downstream connections.

ERNIE-ViL also achieved state-of-the-art performance on five vision-language downstream tasks.

“If the downstream impact or the byproduct of this site is some sort of unity between the parties, great,” Evans told the Washington Post in October.

From Vox

Looking downstream, though, it’s not clear how long their sin will sting.

From Time

It could be that those downstream abnormalities in cell development were due to improper signaling from the cerebellum.

There is now a black dot in a cluster of reeds about two hundred meters downstream.

The civil war has reached a fever pitch and your battalion has recovered eight bodies floating downstream this week alone.

The mother continues to row frantically, but the boat begins to drift slowly downstream.

You wanted to be upstream with the artists, not downstream with the consumers.

That's a dam downstream aways en the B-line waters a couple o' hundred acres.

Then, retrieving their net, they once more fastened Raf into it and turned downstream, as intent as ever upon reaching the sea.

Downstream a yellow spot broke out like a candle flame against black velvet.

Archie Lawanne came back downstream with two grizzly pelts, and Hollister met Bland for the first time.

But when he turned and set out on a run for that shake cabin four hundred yards downstream, Lawanne followed at his heels.


On this page you'll find 14 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to downstream, such as: next, ensuing, following, more recent, posterior, and postliminary.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.