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south

1. one of the four cardinal points of the compass, at 180° from north and 90° clockwise from east and anticlockwise from west
2. the direction along a meridian towards the South Pole
3. the south any area lying in or towards the south
4. Cards the player or position at the table corresponding to south on the compass
5. (esp of the wind) from the south

South

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1. the southern part of England, generally regarded as lying to the south of an imaginary line between the Wash and the Severn
2. in the US
a. the area approximately south of Pennsylvania and the Ohio River, esp those states south of the Mason-Dixon line that formed the Confederacy during the Civil War
b. the Confederacy itself
3. the countries of the world that are not economically and technically advanced

south

[sau̇th]
(geodesy)
The direction 180° from north.
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So what if Milton Bradley's anger-management therapy went south in the fifth inning, when he struck out and broke his bat over his knee?
But his score went south after running up a double bogey five on the short eighth after finding trees off the tee.
He went south to United for pounds 850,000 and now is in his 10th year at Old Trafford, where he has also won League and Cup honours as well as a European Cup Winners' Cup medal in 1991.
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Weaver looked strong early, as he retired the first four Angels, but his game went south quickly.
The route went south on Raymond Avenue (at Holly Street) then west on Colorado Boulevard to Pasadena Avenue.
However, he decided to split with Goossen and things soon went south.
It would only be appropriate that my boot broke or something went south in the final run.