1. letdown

noun. ['ˈlɛtˌdaʊn'] a feeling of dissatisfaction that results when your expectations are not realized.


  • frustration
  • disappointment
  • defeat


  • contentment
  • succumb
  • success
  • beginning

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Rhymes with Letdown

  • ashdown
  • blastdown
  • breakdown
  • clampdown
  • closedown
  • comedown
  • countdown
  • crackdown
  • drawdown
  • godown
  • hillsdown
  • hoedown
  • knockdown
  • lansdowne
  • lockdown
  • lowdown
  • markdown
  • meltdown
  • piltdown
  • putdown

Sentences with letdown

1. Noun, singular or mass
Stimulate your nipples to initiate milk flow -- also known as letdown -- before your baby begins to eat.

2. Adjective
But if the big reveal is a letdown, people will be annoyed with the company.

Quotes about letdown

1. You're the first Shadowhunter I've ever met."“That’s too bad,” said Jace, “since all the others you meet from now on will be a terrible letdown.
- Cassandra Clare, City of Fallen Angels

2. When a man finds this kind of woman, he will go all out for her knowing that she will not be a letdown.
- Jaachynma N.E. Agu