It has led, a downer for us frequent fliers, to yet another James Patterson bestseller.
If you find that passage as much of a downer as I did, well, Cheer up, Charlie.
Seemingly, some of the cast members learned how to spot the STD, which appears to be quite the downer.
Few political watchers thought Romney would wrap anything up Tuesday, but the returns must still have come as a bit of a downer.
France does not like to see it described as an AIDS documentary, which inevitably sounds like something of a downer.
Make him lively, cook him; tell him who taught you; a downer to him, and I'll marry you to-morrow!'
Last fall I potted some of the downer, and in the winter grew them in the house.
There was downer, a little Freshman, white with the excitement of his first public performance.
Some berries shine, the downer glows as if there were a red bloom upon it.
Here was a great mortgage on the downer farm, that the Eastmans had partly cut into city lots.
downer down·er (dou'nər)
A depressant or sedative drug, such as a barbiturate or tranquilizer.