Downer vs Downe - What's the difference?

downer | downe |


As a noun downer

is downer (drug).

As an adverb downe is

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As a preposition downe is

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downer

English

Noun

(en noun)
  • A negative drug trip.
  • Normally those pills give me a boost, but last night they gave me a downer
  • A drug that has depressant qualities.
  • Something or someone disagreeable, dispiriting or depressing; a killjoy
  • * 2009 , (Spike Jonze),
  • You don't really need to know me. I'm kind of a downer .

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    downe

    English

    Proper noun

    (head)
  • Common variation of the spelling of the county Down in Ireland; also Downshire
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