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down below

euphemism The genitals. I scheduled a gynecologist appointment because I'm having some issues down there.
See also: below, down

down below

used euphemistically to refer to the genitalia, the urinary system, or any other embarrassing parts or functions of the lower abdomen.
An alternative formula is down there .
2004 Observer Music Monthly Magazine I also noticed that one of his nails was far shorter than the rest. ‘What's up with that one?’ I asked. ‘That's so I don't hurt the ladies down below when I'm using my finger on them,’ he said.
See also: below, down
References in classic literature ?
Down below, the little town could be seen with its white, red-roofed houses, its cathedral, and its bridge, on both sides of which streamed jostling masses of Russian troops.
In th' flower gardens out there things will be stirrin' down below in th' dark.
Are things stirring down below in the dark in that garden where he lives?
They believed no otherwise than that it was the peasant who was saying this, and answered: 'That is what we intend, but first you shall look about you a little down below there,' and they rolled the barrel down into the water.
He has taken me by the hand, and I have walked by the side of his chair, loathing it, loathing myself, out on to the terrace and down below, just where it happened.
Lerumie coolly ignored him, went down below once and purchased a trade hand-mirror, and, with a look of the eyes, assured old Bashti that all was ready and ripe to break at the first favourable moment.
But Frieda detected a delicate situation, and said that she and Helen had much better wait for Bruno down below, and leave Margaret and Mrs.
Suddenly, out of the companion would appear a tall, dark figure, bareheaded, with a short white beard of a perpendicular cut, very visible in the dark - Captain S-, disturbed in his reading down below by the frightful bounding and lurching of the ship.
And though it be a folly what I here seek and do, it is better so than that down below I should become solemn with waiting, and green and yellow--
Sometimes we had as much as ten yards of almost level ground, and this gave us a few full breaths in comfort; but straightway we would turn a corner and see a long steep line of rails stretching down below us, and the comfort was at an end.
She knew, of course, but I never dreamed, how French Frank was raging down below.
We didn't say anything, and so it was very still for a second or so, and there warn't no sounds but the screaking of the woodwork and the chug-chugging of the machinery down below.
And the locks of his hair came down below the brims of it.
Mr Partridge acted for some time on the defensive only; indeed he attempted only to guard his face with his hands; but as he found that his antagonist abated nothing of her rage, he thought he might, at least, endeavour to disarm her, or rather to confine her arms; in doing which her cap fell off in the struggle, and her hair being too short to reach her shoulders, erected itself on her head; her stays likewise, which were laced through one single hole at the bottom, burst open; and her breasts, which were much more redundant than her hair, hung down below her middle; her face was likewise marked with the blood of her husband: her teeth gnashed with rage; and fire, such as sparkles from a smith's forge, darted from her eyes.
And Stepan Arkadyevitch got up and went down below to the new head of his department.