Dubliners by James Joyce

Dublin The Sisters
An Encounter
After the Race
Two Gallants
The Boarding House
A Little Cloud
A Painful Case
Ivy Day in the Committee Room
A Mother
The Dead

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There are 137 occurrences of the word:   down

[The Sisters] [104] The next morning after breakfast I went down to look at the little
[The Sisters] [194] and we three knelt down at the foot of the bed. I pretended to pray
[The Sisters] [198] trodden down all to one side. The fancy came to me that the old
[The Sisters] [218] sofa where she sat down behind her sister. No one spoke: we all
[The Sisters] [308] again where we were all born down in Irishtown and take me and
[The Sisters] [347] anywhere. They looked high up and low down; and still they
[An Encounter] [471] last, jumped down and said:
[An Encounter] [500] their lunches, we bought two big currant buns and sat down to eat
[An Encounter] [535] Mahony chased a cat down a lane, but the cat escaped into a wide
[An Encounter] [565] answered him and he sat down beside us on the slope slowly and
[An Encounter] [641] down beside us again. Hardly had he sat down when Mahony,
[Araby] [731] down the street. We waited to see whether she would remain or go
[Araby] [740] door. The blind was pulled down to within an inch of the sash so
[Araby] [846] for her. When she had gone I began to walk up and down the
[Araby] [871] I held a florin tightly in my hand as I strode down Buckingham
[Araby] [930] away slowly and walked down the middle of the bazaar. I allowed
[Eveline] [1005] nearly always down somewhere in the country. Besides, the
[Eveline] [1068] dusty cretonne. Down far in the avenue she could hear a street
[After the Race] [1229] They drove down Dame Street. The street was busy with unusual
[After the Race] [1320] A man brought in a light supper, and the young men sat down to it
[After the Race] [1325] clapping of hands when he sat down. It must have been a good
[Two Gallants] [1371] Two young men came down the hill of Rutland Square. On of
[Two Gallants] [1518] "She's on the turf now. I saw her driving down Earl Street one
[Two Gallants] [1649] stepping lightly in his white shoes, down one side of Merrion
[Two Gallants] [1664] He walked listlessly round Stephen's Green and then down Grafton
[Two Gallants] [1681] after glancing warily up and down the street, went into the shop
[Two Gallants] [1686] breakfast-time. He sat down at an uncovered wooden table
[Two Gallants] [1714] a good dinner to sit down to. He had walked the streets long
[Two Gallants] [1719] life, less vanquished in spirit. He might yet be able to settle down
[Two Gallants] [1775] They turned down Baggot Street and he followed them at once,
[Two Gallants] [1777] talked for a few moments and then the young woman went down
[Two Gallants] [1781] cautiously. A woman came running down the front steps and
[The Boarding House] [1992] money enough to settle down on; it was not that. But the family
[The Boarding House] [1993] would look down on her. First of all there was her disreputable
[The Boarding House] [2053] Going down the stairs his glasses became so dimmed with
[The Boarding House] [2073] down his throat, so he would.
[The Boarding House] [2099] "Come down, dear. Mr. Doran wants to speak to you."
[A Little Cloud] [2142] down from the bookshelf and read out something to his wife. But
[A Little Cloud] [2150] swiftly down Henrietta Street. The golden sunset was waning and
[A Little Cloud] [2204] Bridge he looked down the river towards the lower quays and
[A Little Cloud] [2272] "It pulls you down," be said, "Press life. Always hurry and scurry,
[A Little Cloud] [2531] decisively, set down his glass and said:
[A Little Cloud] [2670] down the room with the child in his arms. It began to sob
[A Little Cloud] [2698] Giving no heed to him she began to walk up and down the room,
[Counterparts] [2806] head and ran quickly down the rickety stairs. From the street door
[Counterparts] [2842] porter he had gulped down so hastily confused the man and, as he
[Counterparts] [2843] sat down at his desk to get what was required, he realised how
[Counterparts] [2865] The man returned to the lower office and sat down again at his
[Counterparts] [2876] it in time. He longed to execrate aloud, to bring his fist down on
[Counterparts] [3007] down on the cold streets and, when they reached the Ballast
[Counterparts] [3064] Leonard said "Go!" each was to try to bring down the other's hand
[Counterparts] [3068] opponent's hand slowly down on to the table. Farrington's dark
[Counterparts] [3113] His tram let him down at Shelbourne Road and he steered his great
[Counterparts] [3123] They had five children. A little boy came running down the stairs.
[Counterparts] [3144] The man sat down heavily on one of the chairs while the little boy
[Clay] [3241] steaming hands in their petticoats and pulling down the sleeves of
[Clay] [3242] their blouses over their red steaming arms. They settled down
[Clay] [3347] But Joe said it didn't matter and made her sit down by the fire. He
[A Painful Case] [3596] and down the roads of the Park for nearly three hours. They agreed
[A Painful Case] [3626] down before him between his elbows and read the paragraph over
[A Painful Case] [3654] down by the engine of the ten o'clock slow train from Kingstown,
[A Painful Case] [3784] redly and hospitably in the cold night. He looked down the slope
[A Painful Case] [3791] prostrate creatures down by the wall were watching him and
[Ivy Day in the Committee Room] [3989] down the collar of his coat, displaying, as he did so, an ivy leaf in
[Ivy Day in the Committee Room] [4007] "Sit down here, Mr. Henchy," said the old man, offering him his
[Ivy Day in the Committee Room] [4012] He nodded curtly to Mr. Hynes and sat down on the chair which
[Ivy Day in the Committee Room] [4055] hand-me-down shop in Mary's Lane."
[Ivy Day in the Committee Room] [4137] country for fourpence--ay--and go down on his bended knees
[Ivy Day in the Committee Room] [4162] "Won't you come in and sit down?"
[Ivy Day in the Committee Room] [4169] come in and sit down a minute?"
[Ivy Day in the Committee Room] [4188] He sat down again at the fire. There was silence for a few
[Ivy Day in the Committee Room] [4395] Mr. Crofton sat down on a box and looked fixedly at the other
[Ivy Day in the Committee Room] [4419] to his own advantage to keep down the rates? He's a prominent and
[Ivy Day in the Committee Room] [4430] benefit by it. Look at all the factories down by the quays there,
[Ivy Day in the Committee Room] [4479] only man that could keep that bag of cats in order. 'Down, ye dogs!
[Ivy Day in the Committee Room] [4480] Lie down, ye curs!' That's the way he treated them. Come in, Joe!
[Ivy Day in the Committee Room] [4493] "Sit down, Joe," said Mr. O'Connor, "we're just talking about the
[Ivy Day in the Committee Room] [4581] Mr. Hynes sat down again on the table. When he had finished his
[A Mother] [4601] been walking up and down Dublin for nearly a month, with his
[A Mother] [4604] him Hoppy Holohan. He walked up and down constantly, stood by
[A Mother] [4631] troubled him, she put the eider-down quilt over his feet and made a
[A Mother] [4663] drawing-room, made him sit down and brought out the decanter
[A Mother] [4886] They went down to a discreet part of the corridor. Mrs Kearney
[A Mother] [4970] and Kathleen looked down, moving the point of her new shoe: it
[A Mother] [5008] notes. The first tenor and the contralto, however, brought down the
[A Mother] [5106] up and down the room, in order to cool himself for he his skin on
[Grace] [5118] of the stairs down which he had fallen. They succeeded in turning
[Grace] [5126] stairs and laid him down again on the floor of the bar. In two
[Grace] [5153] followed him down the laneway collected outside the door,
[Grace] [5167] bystanders. He knelt down promptly beside the injured man and
[Grace] [5168] called for water. The constable knelt down also to help. The young
[Grace] [5172] brandy was forced down the man's throat. In a few seconds he
[Grace] [5218] "The gentleman fell down the stairs," said the young man.
[Grace] [5340] She saw him to the door. The carman was stamping up and down
[Grace] [5476] "It keeps coming like from down in my throat; sickening."
[Grace] [5854] and sat down with the company on equal terms. Mr. Kernan
[Grace] [6130] when the party had settled down in the form of a quincunx, he had
[Grace] [6146] by his wife, rested upon his knees. Once or twice he pulled down
[Grace] [6158] Father Purdon knelt down, turned towards the red speck of light
[The Dead] [6225] other to the head of the stairs, peering down over the banisters and
[The Dead] [6226] calling down to Lily to ask her who had come.
[The Dead] [6279] Kate and Julia came toddling down the dark stairs at once. Both of
[The Dead] [6338] his waistcoat down more tightly on his plump body. Then he took
[The Dead] [6468] down the stairs and was craning her neck over the banisters.
[The Dead] [6473] Julia, who had gone half way down one flight, came back and
[The Dead] [6483] "Slip down, Gabriel, like a good fellow and see if he's all right, and
[The Dead] [6489] Malins' laugh. He went down the stairs noisily.
[The Dead] [6641] bronchitic laughter and, setting down his untasted and overflowing
[The Dead] [6688] down in his heart. The piece ended with a trill of octaves in the
[The Dead] [6733] wander down the quays to the second-hand booksellers, to
[The Dead] [7060] "Beannacht libh," cried Miss Ivors, with a laugh, as she ran down
[The Dead] [7067] away laughing. He stared blankly down the staircase.
[The Dead] [7131] had found the carving hot work. Mary Jane settled down quietly to
[The Dead] [7135] them to sit down and eat their suppers and so did Gabriel but they
[The Dead] [7137] and, capturing Aunt Kate, plumped her down on her chair amid
[The Dead] [7228] served out spoonfuls of the pudding and passed the plates down
[The Dead] [7229] the table. Midway down they were held up by Mary Jane, who
[The Dead] [7244] son was going down to Mount Melleray in a week or so. The table
[The Dead] [7245] then spoke of Mount Melleray, how bracing the air was down
[The Dead] [7250] a chap can go down there and put up there as if it were a hotel and
[The Dead] [7293] Misses Morkan, all three, looked down at the tablecloth. Someone
[The Dead] [7347] have handed down to us and which we in turn must hand down to
[The Dead] [7417] Gabriel glanced down at his aunts and, seeing the large smile on
[The Dead] [7487] collar and wore on his head an oval fur cap. He pointed down the
[The Dead] [7496] "Gretta not down yet?"
[The Dead] [7584] Mrs. Malins was helped down the front steps by her son and Mr.
[The Dead] [7591] bent down for the address. The confusion grew greater and the
[The Dead] [7643] Jane came down the hall, still laughing.
[The Dead] [7670] "O, what a pity!" she cried. "Is he coming down, Gretta?"
[The Dead] [7672] Gabriel heard his wife answer yes and saw her come down towards
[The Dead] [7879] set his unstable candle down on a toilet-table and asked at what
[The Dead] [7897] and crossed the room towards the window. He looked down into
[The Dead] [8170] fallen down: the fellow of it lay upon its side. He wondered at his
[The Dead] [8180] drawn down and Aunt Kate would be sitting beside him, crying
[The Dead] [8187] cautiously along under the sheets and lay down beside his wife.