Recent Examples of downswing from the Web
Spring migration is on the downswing now but there are some late-migrating species that still must pass through.
A high percentage of amateurs, however, have the club in a steep position in the downswing with the shaft pointing closer to their toes than the ball.
If NFL viewership is on a downswing, somebody forgot to tell Amazon.
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First Known Use of downswing
DOWNSWING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of downswing for English Language Learners
: a situation in which something decreases or becomes worse
golf : a forward and downward movement of a club as a golfer hits a shot
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