Adown

A·down' adverb [ Middle English adun , adoun , adune . Anglo-Saxon of d ū ne off the hill. See Down .] From a higher to a lower situation; downward; down, to or on the ground. [ Archaic] 'Thrice did she sink adown .' Spenser.
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Adown

A·down' preposition Down. [ Archaic & Poetic] « Her hair adown her shoulders loosely lay displayed. Prior. »
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Adown

• (adv.) From a higher to a lower situation; downward; down, to or on the ground. • (prep.) Down.
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adown

in a descending direction
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