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Definition of "down pat" [down pat]

  • Thoroughly practiced, rehearsed, or understood. (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "down pat" in a sentence
  • "After recovering from her initial swoon on the love seat in her Hilton sitting room (or near-swoon: it hadn't put her out of action long), there was a flying at Farraday with fingernails unsheathed, as if she Were blaming him for having brought them to this murdering town in the first place; there was a raging at Lasko and Jury, the messengers who had brought the bad news; there was a stalking of the room, as if she'd got the stage blocking down pat Go to window."
  • "They had the terrors of postmodernity down pat but seemed to be missing the sublime."
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