Wind-down sentence example

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  • Your body needs time to wind down and prepare for a good night's sleep.

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  • Most people think of fall as the season in which plants wind down after a long growing period.

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  • As you gradually wind down the tree-lined lane from Stavros your expectations of having found something very special begin to rise.

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  • Reading together, even for a few minutes, can be a good way to wind down from the day's events or break up a busy afternoon with a bit of quiet.

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  • Over the last few years, bathrooms have gone from being the room in the house where people spend the least amount of time, to becoming spa-like retreats where people can go to relax and wind down.

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  • The 45-foot high cathedral ceilings, equally majestic stone fireplace and breathtaking views of the lake offer a great way to wind down from a wine tour or a long day spent touring other wineries along the lake.

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  • You can even get a massage to wind down after a long day of business meetings, sightseeing, or whatever else you are in the city to do.

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  • There's a scent for nearly every mood you need to set, whether you need to clear your head and increase your energy or just wind down after a long, stressful day.

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  • When you're feeling especially frazzled, or when it's time to wind down from your day, light one of these and perhaps even sip from a glass of wine while listening to jazz.

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  • The companion wind down routine is a great way to relax and center yourself before going to bed.

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  • With all the energy flowing through the room in a fun class like this, you'll want to end the session with a true relaxation pose, such as Lotus Pose or Corpse Pose, so that the kids have a chance to wind down.

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  • At the end of the day you can always wind down with a Turkish bath to ease the aches of your journey.

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