Thesaurus / settle down
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It now remained to be seen whether the three kingdoms could settle down into a united Commonwealth under their new conditions.
But we'll have each other; and when we've—you've—had enough of it, I'll be ready to settle down.
When one bubble after another bursts, this, you see, is a comforting reflection to settle down upon.
GINGER-SNAPSFANNY FERN
In 1843 he returned to settle down at Fontainebleau with the wife of a German in Frankfort.
VIE DE BOHMEORLO WILLIAMS
Trying to settle down, therefore, in my solitude, I first of all asked what books there were in the house.
THE HOLLY-TREECHARLES DICKENS
In April Ransome looked confidently for Violet to "settle down."
THE COMBINED MAZEMAY SINCLAIR
They all seemed to agree that I had had my fling, and should, as they persisted in calling it, "settle down."
CAPTAIN MACKLINRICHARD HARDING DAVIS
We intend to settle down somewhere in one of the devastated districts and do whatever we can to be useful.
You settle down here, skipper, and rest up and get the fever out of your bones.
ADVENTUREJACK LONDON
They'd settle down for the day rather like small birds settling down for the night.
REWARDS AND FAIRIESRUDYARD KIPLING

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