comedown comedown  /ˈkəm ˌdaʊn/

Definition(s):

  • (n) decline to a lower status or level

News

  • Can Johnny Depp's 'The Lone Ranger' End Disney's Franchise Losing Streak?

    Like a number of major summer tent-poles this year, The Lone Ranger has more at stake than merely the production and marketing costs associated with its creation. Oh sure, Disney is probably sweating a little bit over the film's $215 million price-tag, even if that was a comedown from the original intended $250 million cost before the film was shut down in August 2011 in order to reduce the ...
    on July 2, 2013     Source: Forbes

Quotes

  1. "Our kids could have been dying, and we wouldn't have been able to comedown to the hospital to say goodbye," Dennis Quaid said in a 90-minuteinterview Monday, their first since the overdose.
    on Jan 16, 2008 By: Dennis Quaid Source: Chicago Tribune

  2. "I am disturbed that Richie Benaud spruiks Betfair [during match commentary]. It's a really sad comedown," Mr Costello told the Herald.
    on Jan 14, 2009 By: Tim Costello Source: Sydney Morning Herald

  3. "I wouldn't say it'sa comedown, but I want to play in the Premier League, everybody does," said McFadden, as he took a break from Scotland's preparations for Saturday's World Cup qualifier against Norway at Hampden Park. "The Championship has...
    on Oct 11, 2008 By: James McFadden Source: Telegraph.co.uk

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