downslope : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a downward slope or bend
- Frightened folk below forgot all about the professor until he jounced four miles downslope to tell Allied officials that the lava flow had slackened, evacuation could be halted.
- And ''the potential for ! true catastrophe lies in the future, but the downslope that pulls us toward it is becoming recognizably steeper with each .
- A murder mystery set on the downslope of the California dream, flavorsomely written by Jeffrey Alan Fiskin, directed by Ivan Passer and acted by Jeff Bridges and John Heard.
- Mark Hensby in The Times
The turning point probably in the tournament was 15,Hensby said. "Mike made birdie there and I actually thought that I hit the better shot out of the group and I was on the downslope of the bunker and hit a pretty good shot out, but I had...
- Lee Westwood in Sportinglife.com
Westwood said of his seven: "I tried to hook it too much off the 13th tee and lost my grip a bit. Then for the pitch I was on a bit of a sidehill and downslope and caught it a bit fat. But I am still in what I think is a decent position. Anything...
- Ian Poulter in CBC.ca
I really had no shot,Poulter said. "There was no sand at the front of the bunker. I'm on the downslope and I had no shot."