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Through high school, college, and young adulthood, seemingly minor missteps—a bad grade, a lost debate—toppled me into downswings.
HOW THE PRESSURE OF THE MODEL MINORITY MYTH RESTRICTS OUR IMAGINATION—AND OUR FREEDOMSANJENA SATHIANAPRIL 9, 2021TIME
They want the TV networks to acknowledge that linear viewership is on the downswing, and they acknowledge that advertisers need to become more comfortable buying networks’ streaming and digital video inventory.
FUTURE OF TV BRIEFING: HOW THE CORONAVIRUS CRISIS RESHAPED (AND SPED UP) THE FUTURE OF TVTIM PETERSONMARCH 10, 2021DIGIDAY
Mallon said Woods was fortunate that the injured leg was his right because it is the left leg that absorbs most of the force in a golfer’s downswing during the transfer of weight.
AFTER SURGERY, MEDICAL EXPERTS PREDICT A LONG AND DIFFICULT RECOVERY FOR TIGER WOODSCINDY BOREN, DAVE SHEININFEBRUARY 25, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Conquering agony, he swung up the pick before Ewyo could recover from the vicious downswing.
THE BUTTONED SKYGEOFF ST. REYNARD
Just as he began the downswing of a mighty broadsword stroke, he stumbled on the helmet.
THE DUELING MACHINEBENJAMIN WILLIAM BOVA
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WORDS RELATED TO DOWNSWING

  • basin
  • cant
  • concavity
  • depression
  • dip
  • distortion
  • downslide
  • downswing
  • downtrend
  • downturn
  • droop
  • fall
  • fall-off
  • hollow
  • list
  • settling
  • sink
  • sinkage
  • sinkhole
  • sinking
  • slant
  • slip
  • slump
  • tilt
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