Definition of trickle–down
1 : relating to or working on the principle of trickle-down theory <trickle–down economics>
2 : relating to or being an effect caused gradually by remote or indirect influences
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Rhymes with trickle–down
Allentown, broken-down, Charlottetown, Chinatown, common noun, dressing-down, dressing gown, eiderdown, Germantown, go to town, hand-me-down, Oxford down, proper noun, reach-me-down, shantytown, simmer down, Spanish Town, thistledown, Tinseltown, Triple Crown, tumbledown, up and down, up-and-down, upside down, Vandyke brown, verbal noun, water down, watered-down
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