stay down


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stay down

to remain in a prone, squatting, or sitting position. stay down until the danger is over. stay down so they won't see you.
See also: down, stay
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Henderson felt anguish during loss to Stanford, but he and his mates didn't stay down in dumps.
The idea that you stay down longer, to me, is a funny one and it doesn't really make sense.
I was under the impression I'd be allowed to stay down there two or three night a week in a B&B or one of their houses, and on my day o I could come home," Bradley told the Non League paper.
It sleeps four and has a 25% rental saving, bringing the cost of a seven-night stay down to PS439 (saving PS146) until April 25, and PS375 (saving PS125) for the week beginning April 26.
She's a victim of The X Factor but won't stay down for long.
It could be a problem if we make it a problem," said Smith, after the Wire rounded off their stay Down Under by beating NRL club South Sydney Rabbitohs 34-28.
The 42-year-old actress also said that Pat taught her to take risks and see the world, but always stay down to earth, the Sun reported.
Viruses lacking the gene still kill, but the caterpillars stay down at the base of the tree, the researchers report in the Sept.
So I'm putting in my order For cake and scones and tea And if Town stay down (But I bet they won't
The man known as the Stay Down Kid is hoping to break his own record for staying underwater next summer.
Jason Kilbride, a 20-year-old student in Middlesbrough, said: "I think they will lose in the play-offs and stay down.
People like Jags don't stay down unless they are hurt.
The Tasmanian was a big hit for the Scots and Grange last season but has been told to stay Down Under.
Ian Botham and Sir Richard Branson's efforts to allow the Ashes urn to stay Down Under are struggling to get off the ground.
This is how we would do it tactically -- stay down in the valley,'' Bowman said.