Examples of letdown in a Sentence
the museum exhibit was just so-so, and we returned home with a vague sense of letdown
the eagerly anticipated new movie starring our favorite actor turned out to be a big letdown
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A year after winning its first Sunset League title in 20 years, the Fountain Valley High girls' swim team does not expect a letdown.
But that comes with a caution born of past disappointments, from Glenn Robinson's wrenching his back wrestling in a hotel room before the '94 Elite Eight, to letdowns as No.
Soukhamthath’s puzzling strategical letdown led to an incredible interview on the other end, though.
Goepper had trouble adjusting to letdown after the games.
The last time an American president went to Davos, we were all still relieved at the letdown that was Y2K. And the last time the U.S. was the world's top oil producer, Ronald Reagan was getting himself elected—governor of California, that is.
Another modest letdown lies in the vintage clips utilized, which presumably for budgetary reasons are very brief, often limited to visuals without sound (or vice versa), and sometimes subbed by amateur behind-the-scenes footage.
The letdown was made even more depressing when Henry appeared to fumble as Tennessee tried to run out the clock.
But now that her childhood dream is fulfilled, isn't there a little bit of a letdown?
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First Known Use of letdown
blues, dejectedness, dejection, depression, desolateness, desolation, despondency, disconsolateness, distress, doldrums, dolefulness, dolor, downheartedness, dreariness, dumps, gloom, gloominess, joylessness, melancholy, mopes, oppression, sadness, sorrow, unhappiness;
Examples of let down in a Sentence
with my poor performance I really felt that I had let my teammates down
First Known Use of let down
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: something that is not as good as it was expected to be
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