Asked by: Djiguiba Haverbeckasked in category: General Last Updated: 7th February, 2020
What does your descent mean?
Likewise, people ask, what is your descent?
descent. If you're on your way down, you're making a descent, whether that's as a passenger in an airplane that's landing, or if you're tumbling down a staircase you just slipped on.
Also, what is the difference between decent and descent? Decent is an adjective meaning socially acceptable or good. For example: Everyone should be entitled to a decent standard of living. Descent is a noun which can mean a movement downwards, or your ancestry. For example: The plane began its final descent prior to landing. / "She found out that she was of Welsh descent."
Likewise, how do you use descent in a sentence?
descent Sentence Examples
- The descent felt as long as their two day trip.
- They began the long descent, hand in hand.
- The flakes drifted directly down, undisturbed in their descent by any hint of a breeze in the still night air.
- He was the son of Eurypon and fourth in descent from Procles.
What is the synonym of descent?
Synonyms of 'descent' There was a sheer drop just outside my window. plunge. a refreshing plunge into cold water. coming down. swoop.