downstroke

[ UK /dˈa‍ʊnstɹə‍ʊk/ ]
NOUN
  1. a stroke normally made in a downward direction
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How To Use downstroke In A Sentence

  • First, it causes the hip turn to lead the downstroke.
  • This structural reinforcement of the major veins may have a mechanical role, possibly related to the phenomenon of wing tip deflection during flight at the end of the downstroke.
  • When mean fuselage speed during the upstroke was only 18% of that during the downstroke, stroke frequency was constant with no gliding, so that power output was unchanged throughout descent.
  • In putting, should you hit the ball on the upstroke, on the downstroke or at the bottom of the stroke?
  • I'll always be a sucker for that two chord downstroke, no matter how many times it's revisited.
  • Emerson, while you are singing lead, strum only the downstroke, leave out the upstroke, and see how that lets the chord ring. EVENING’S EMPIRE
  • The minimum polished rod load occurs near the top of the stroke with the start of the downstroke.
  • Be sure the saddle is level and at the right height; you should be able to pedal at the downstroke with your leg extended, but without locking your knee.
  • I lifted it high as if to gain force for a downstroke into the ground. SKORPION'S DEATH
  • As the first powerhouse dive concludes, begin lifting the rod high and reeling on the downstroke, pumping the fish up from the depths.
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