He made an exception for the great airman Lensch, who had downed him.
Phrases with the verb "to down"
Examples of verb "to down" in the Pluperfect TenseDown (Pluperfect)
Other verbs and sentences related to "down"Verbs similar to down
Fortunately.” “Is killing making like that?” “In a way.
He walked past the shop many times without pausing; his eyes devoured the front of the building, and noted those windows in which there was a glimmer of light.
Would blue drips be right?” “Grey, Em, on that background.
A newspaper was thought too refined and abstracted.
Descend it, you will land yourself on the flat roof of an outhouse.
In any case I find that by the time you have perfected any style of writing, you have always outgrown it.
What should he do till teatime? If only he had asked Mitty for a bit of wash-leather he might have polished up the brass slave-collar in the Satsuma dish.
All this portion of the forest was on fare, and enormous wreaths of smoke rolled over the trees, whore trunks were already consumed by the lava.
Long John is backing him, they say.
But the holy and pure did not lower or veil her eyes.
One might have pictured fate as a cowardly brute who had struck this ageing woman full in the face, a felling blow, which however had not felled her.
Her head had dropped on her arms, and her face was hidden.
Everything there is tumbling to pieces.