down town

NOUN
  1. the center of a city
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  • Also, you know, year ago they were called sundown towns, as in if you're black you want to be out by sundown. CNN Transcript Dec 12, 2006
  • We shall down town by bus instead by bicycle.
  • I told her I believed you would, "I told her to pack her trunk, and if she was down town near the time for the boat to leave for Cleveland, to call a drayman to take her trunk to the boat and follow it, if possible, before Mrs. Cassaday came in. A Woman's Life-Work — Labors and Experiences
  • So next week The News will be coming from the Flamingo Casino on the strip in down town Las Vegas.
  • At lunchtime I went down town and dropped the Bach score in on James.
  • does her shopping at the mall rather than down town
  • It's all very well for old fogies, with their pensions and their paid-up mortgages, to wander ghost-like about their business in a tatty, run-down town, resisting change.
  • Martin rode down town on an electric car, and as he watched the houses and cross-streets slipping by he was aware of a regret that he was not more elated over his friend's success and over his own signal victory. Chapter 40
  • Puerto Vallarta is quite a unique town that has maintained its quaint atmosphere regardless of its huge rise in population from the early seventies to today, especially the down town area and south of town. Which One is the Real Vallarta
  • OPPENHEIM: Our story on Vidor, Texas, depicted a place with very few African-American residents, a place that, in the '50s and' 60s, was known as sundown town, where African-Americans were warned not to be caught after dark. CNN Transcript Dec 15, 2006
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