descend into

descend into (something)

To move down into something. The fireman descended into the sewers to save the kitten.
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descend into something

to go down into something. The butler descended into the cellar for another bottle of wine. Fred descended into the canyon on an organized tour.
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References in classic literature ?
If he was to have any rest, her husband must once more descend into the garden.
At the centre of the island there is a chasm about fifty yards in diameter, whence the astronomers descend into a large dome, which is therefore called FLANDONA GAGNOLE, or the astronomer's cave, situated at the depth of a hundred yards beneath the upper surface of the adamant.
The secret of Blackmoor was best discovered from the heights around; to read aright the valley before her it was necessary to descend into its midst.
Ah, to descend, to descend into that pit of darkness every entrance to which was closed to him,.
I am about to descend into that cupboard and to bring you one of those tablets.
It was something, indeed, to be enabled to contemplate this immense Columbiad; but to descend into its depths, this seemed to the Americans the
Even after the beast had left, Clayton dared not descend into the awful blackness beneath him, and so he spent a terrifying and hideous night in the tree.
Just after passing the main entrance to the large house turn right and descend into the trees.
As we climb over or descend into impossible obstacles, the Range Rover cheerfully takes charge.
It's too easy to descend into pointless lobbing of ancient shibboleths: "Marketers are polluting the Holy Graft of Education," or "Faculty members are inbred, move too slowly and resist change.
Go slightly left to higher ground then continue to descend into the valley on the left to a stile in the wall.
If this fails, Bolivia could suffer a crushing collapse of its fledgling democracy and descend into chaos.
As we descend into the depths of the Great Blue Hole off the coast of Belize, the light slowly dims.
The museum as treasure house can descend into the kind of travesty that Saatchi & Saatchi organised in London: a sort of warehouse for adding value to second rate architecture and art.
The water is splashing around you as you descend into a chasm with reddish walls--meters, 50 meters, 100 meters, 300 meters deep.