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comedown

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcomedowncome‧down /ˈkʌmdaʊn/ noun [singular]  DISAPPOINTEDa situation that is not as good, important, interesting etc as the situation you had previously The film marks a real comedown for the director. come down at come1
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comedownGoing into another troupe after being a Tiller would have been too much of a comedown.Teaching eighth-grade English must be a big comedown for a man with two PhDs.But his failure was a bitter comedown.
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