wind down[ wahynd-doun ]SEE DEFINITION OF wind down
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WIND DOWN
By the time we wind down into the valley of the Lot night has overtaken us.
But a wind down the side streets cut like a knife, didn't it?
“We shall have the wind down upon us presently,” he observed to Hawke.
Bring the ship on a wind—down with the helm—brace up the yards!
There was a prolonged dismal whistle of the wind down the chimney.
The storm was over and the wind down, and there was a frost on the ground.
And therewith she turned about and fled like the wind down the stream.
There came a whiff of wind down the street just as she came out.
He would rather have been cutting the wind down the valley slope.
It was about midnight to judge by the moon—clear of snow and the wind down.