To pluck down

to pull down; to demolish; to reduce to a lower state.

See also: Pluck

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The Frenchman continued to move about the room with great alacrity for a few minutes, repeating his exclamations to himself; when overcome by the contrary nature of his emotions, he suddenly burst out of the house, and was seen wading through the snow toward his little shop, waving his arms on high, as if to pluck down honor from the moon.
Willie Wilson had 12 rebounds and Rodney Brondial came off the bench to pluck down nine boards while combining for 14 points.
Some elements of consumers were willing to pluck down large sums of money to be pioneers before one or the other became the de facto standard.
Imagine the faith Kmart customers place in the retailer's own label -- enough to pluck down $99 for an iron, Franco told HFN.