To let descend by its own weight, as something suspended; to let down (verb)
to pull down (verb)
To reduce the height of (verb)
To depress as to direction (verb)
To make less elevated (verb)
To reduce the degree, intensity, strength, etc., of (verb)
To bring down; to humble (verb)
(lower oneself) To humble oneself; to do something one considers to be beneath one's dignity. (verb)
To reduce (something) in value, amount, etc. (verb)
To fall; to sink; to grow less; to diminish; to decrease (verb)
To decrease in value, amount, etc. (verb)
To be dark, gloomy, and threatening, as clouds; to be covered with dark and threatening clouds, as the sky; to show threatening signs of approach, as a tempest. (verb)
To frown; to look sullen. (verb)
Examples of word lower
And as it gets hold of you it crowds your mind and heart and life till every other is either crowded out, or crowded to a lower place; _out_, if it jars; _lower place_, if it agrees, for every agreeing bit yields to the lead of this tremendous message.
Journalists, for example, generally describe all but the very rich Age differences playa fundamental role in shaping the values and poor as middle class and the working class as lower middle of middle Americans simply because security, control, comfort, class. 13 and convenience have different meanings and priorities at all A generation or two ago the notion of a combined lowerÂ stages in the life cycle.
If you choose a name lower on the list, your child is less likely to share that name with a classmate.
She had not learnt that those innocents, pushed by an excessive love of pleasure, are for the term lower in the scale than their wary darker cousins, and must come to the diviner light of intelligence through suffering.
Rick Perry asserted that Texas has benefited from policies of "freedom," which he described as lower taxes, getting rid of government regulations, and cutting spending.