Winding Down

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  1. Daigami says:
    Aug 01,  · Winding down. We are mere hours away from seeing the last of the widespread rain move out. This will not be the last of the rain for the next few Author: Seth Phillips.
  2. Godal says:
    Wind-down definition, an act or instance of winding down, as in intensity: a gradual wind-down in hostilities. See more.
  3. Shaktikus says:
    Aug 07,  · PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Organizers of a protest camp of homeless people and their supporters outside City Hall in Maine’s largest city are winding the camp down. Demonstrators calling for better services from the city have turned Portland City Hall’s steps and nearby sidewalks into a tent city for more than two weeks.
  4. Arashigul says:
    Here's a list of similar words from our thesaurus that you can use instead. “Business activity began to wind down as the holiday season approached.”. “This was a pleasant and relaxing way to wind down after a hard day's work.”. (of an event, action, or process) Present .
  5. Vugrel says:
    Jan 15,  · Setting it up can also be part of your evening wind down rituals. For example, if you take the incense out and light it, or light a candle to burn lavender essential oil before starting your journal, then your brain will start to associate that routine with bed time and winding down.
  6. Shalmaran says:
    wind down 1. To slow and near an ending. Our field hockey practice usually winds down with some gentle stretches. 2. To cause something to slow and near an ending. In this usage, a noun or pronoun can be used between "wind" and "down.
  7. Mishakar says:
    Wind down: to get rid of nervous tension or anxiety. Synonyms: chill, chill out, de-stress Antonyms: tense (up) Find the right word.
  8. Dozuru says:
    And as we wind on down the road our shadows taller than our at what time do parties wind down be able to wind down - grammar Down the long wind he wind up a-knocking me back down on my knees Orderly wind-down pour down (wind) the wind has died down to wind -- line wound down the length of the sidewalk to wind down wind come sucking and driving.
  9. Tora says:
    Jul 29,  · Mayor Walsh used his press conference on Tuesday to warn Bostonians against letting their guards down in the struggle to contain the COVID virus amid a slight rise in reported cases in Massachusetts and more stringent restrictions for people who travel here from outside of the region. “If we think we’re winding down with COVID, we’re not,” the mayor told reporters.

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