Descent [noun]

Definition of Descent:

moving down; lowering

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Sentence/Example of Descent:

While the competitor goggles performed just fine, Tate and I both preferred the Julbos so much that we bickered at 12,850 feet over who would get to wear them on the descent.

The descent is a gentle one via the via the South Ridge and Canon Brook Trails, which afford ocean views much of the way.

If you’re in a neutral state of mind, you can recognize the descent into the conspiracy theories, and the inability to acknowledge the facts of the situation.

About three minutes after lifting off, it leveled off at an altitude of about 10,000 to 11,000 feet for almost a minute before a rapid descent to the water in just 14 seconds, according to Flightradar24’s tracking data.

McClain’s time aboard the ISS spanned from December 2018 to June of 2019, meaning her ascent and descent were both aboard Russia’s Soyuz capsules, as astronauts have gotten to and from space since the Shuttle days.

Venus’ dense atmosphere scatters light more than Earth’s or Mars’ does, blurring the view of the surface until the last few kilometers of descent.

As recently as 2018, only three human beings had ever made the descent, on two different trips more than 50 years apart.

The female line of descent was therefore crucial to proving that one was a free person.

Born in Switzerland, Billimoria now lives and guides out of Jackson, Wyoming, where he’s tackled multiple first descents through the Tetons and skied the Grand Teton more than a dozen times.

Before and after, my friend Mitsu kept talking about what a great ski descent it was.