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nail down

noun as in establish conclusively

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Not enough that Democrats can win Arkansas, God knows, but maybe enough that they can nail down North Carolina again.

August isn't really the time to be trying to nail down the scary-lazy-black-people and the Democrats-hate-God voting blocs.

Actually, hard numbers on the safety of home birth are surprisingly difficult to nail down.

Romney, for his part, still cannot win blue-collar votes and still cannot nail down evangelical support.

We were trying to nail down the schedule for it to air, with the goal of it being Thursday night.

I recovered just as the people were about to nail down the hatches; perceiving which, I desired them to stop.

In other words, I was trying to nail down where this lie started.

We shall nail down the transom and stuff the keyhole with soap if you do.

Ryan at once took out the saw, poured some oil on it, and passed his nail down the bar until he found a fine nick.

Nail down the rear end upon floor to its widest spread, with hind legs pointing back on a slight slant.


On this page you'll find 21 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to nail down, such as: cinch, clinch, lock in, and pin down.

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