lower

All Adjective Noun Verb
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  • This caused the upper-level low to move away from the system.
  • The present wall of the lower city is of late construction.
  • She put her arms about him and drew him down onto the low window-seat. Cited from What Dreams May Come, by Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton
  • Relations between the two countries are at an all time low.
  • The sea level was about lower than it is today.
  • The reality was that the company was at an all-time low.
  • Primary school takes normally six years and lower secondary school three years.
  • Ever since, relations had been at an all time low.
  • Instead, from low to high, they go fourth, third, second, first, and fifth.
  • The low crime rate makes most cities and towns safe to walk around even after dark.
  • In those cases the record will first be certified by the lower court.
  • It formed beneath an upper-level low, and initially was not fully tropical.
  • It is largely below sea level and is below sea level at the lowest.
  • National confidence in the team reached an all time low.
  • Only a single, central tower was permitted, and that was to be very low.
  • There are no distinct upper and lower case letter forms.
  • The lower cup represents the earth and the upper cup the heaven.
  • By the 1960s, the industry was at an all-time low.
  • A business may lose money if sales fall too low or if its costs become too high.
  • The quality of health care is generally low.
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Meaning of lower

  • verb Move something or somebody to a lower position
    take down the vase from the shelf
  • verb Set lower
    lower a rating, lower expectations
  • verb Cause to drop or sink
    The lack of rain had depressed the water level in the reservoir