Descending [adjective]

Definition of Descending:

moving down

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Sentence/Example of Descending:

Descending the Alps to the east or south into Piedmont, a new world lies around and before you.

We were about nine hours of fair daylight traversing 160 miles of level or descending grade, with a light passenger train.

He was in the descending lift when he suddenly remembered that that particular tube ran beneath the river.

I prefer the principle of the ascending and descending scale, to such an amount of fixed duty.

Because Social Covenanting, approved in Scripture, conferred descending obligation.

The sentiments entertained concerning the descending nature of their obligations, being uncondemned, were correct.

“Follow me, Mr Larks,” he said, turning and descending the ladder sailor-fashion—which means crab-wise.

From an active state of resistance the ego traversed a descending curve ending in absolute passivity.

In this case the sea end of the bar is descending and the land end ascending.

That men are bound by previous descending Covenant obligations, is no reason why they should not themselves engage in Covenanting.