weigh down[ wey ]SEE DEFINITION OF weigh down
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WEIGH DOWN
There is always something to weigh down the spiritual side in all of us.
But even so general a catastrophe could not weigh down the singer's spirits.
It would be an anodyne like poison that could weigh down my eyelids.
Her anxiety seemed to weigh down her cheeks and add ten years to her age.
Sleep does not yet weigh down my eyelids, so I will listen to my brother.
The continuance of misfortune began to weigh down my courage.
I am poor and lowly and all unworthy of you; but if great love may weigh down such defects, then mine may do it.
The sound of the storm, made more audible by the dreary silence, seemed to weigh down every heart.
Here are plates wanted to weigh down the table-cloth; there's a ruffling gusty wind that gets under it.'
His broad, high curved forehead, seemed to weigh down upon his body like an ivory chest laden full of unseen jewels.