downtown[ doun-toun ]SEE DEFINITION OF downtown
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He did not know where to go, but unconsciously his steps took him downtown.
Then he kept on downtown toward the office of Carter, Rand & Seagraves.
I remembered one minute I was downtown New York, looking across the river.
A windy day, one would have said in the dark channels of downtown ways.
Out of the downtown traffic the three machines increased their speed.
You mend the car and bring it downtown when you get it mended.
They were having the Crowd to dinner, downtown, that evening.
But now he seemed to find the downtown trip arduous, even hazardous.
I can't reach my girl because she's downtown somewheres for the afternoon with Cora.
"I've ordered a motor to take me downtown," he explained, as he pulled on his gloves.