comedown definition

  • noun:
    • A decline to a lower life expectancy status or degree.
    • a sense of disappointment or depression.
    • a factor in frustration or depression.
    • a rapid drop to a lowered status, condition or amount; a disappointment or letdown
    • A calm, mellow duration skilled following the preliminary high from using medicines
    • A downfall; an humiliation.
    • A fall or downfall, in a figurative feeling; a sudden change for worse within one's circumstances; a set-back.
    • decline to a lesser standing or level
    • A decline to a lesser status or amount.
    • a sense of frustration or depression.
    • A cause of disappointment or despair.
    • a-sudden fall to a lower condition, condition or amount; a disappointment or disappointment
    • A calm, mellow period skilled after the initial large from using drugs
    • A downfall; an humiliation.
    • A fall or downfall, in a figurative sense; a-sudden change for even worse within one's situations; a set-back.
    • decrease to less condition or amount
  • verb:
    • function as essential factor
    • become ill
    • autumn from clouds
    • criticize or reprimand harshly
    • move downward and reduced, yet not always all the way
    • function as the important factor
    • become ill
    • fall from clouds
    • criticize or reprimand harshly
    • move downward and lower, not necessarily all the way

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