\ˈtrək- el \ · \ˈdau̇n\ - adjective
1. : relating to or working on the principle of truckle-down theory <truckle–down economics>
2. : relating to or being an effect caused gradually by remote or indirect influences leading up to the feeling of being run over by a truck
3. : The feeling that you've been hit by a truck by your governments poor decisions.
I am definately feeling the ill-effects of negative government truckle down now that my federal job has been furloughed.