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Adjective: lowered  low-u(r)d
  1. Below the surround or below the normal position
    "with lowered eyes"
Verb: lower  low-u(r)
  1. Move something down to a less high position
    "lower the vase from the shelf";
    - take down, let down, get down, bring down
  2. Reduce the ranking, degree, intensity, strength, etc., of
    "lower expectations"; "lower a rating"
  3. Make quieter
    "lower the volume of a radio";
    - turn down
  4. Cause to drop or sink
    "The lack of rain had lowered the water level in the reservoir";
    - depress
Verb: lower[2]  law(-u)r
  1. Look angry or sullen, wrinkle one's forehead, as if to signal disapproval
    - frown, glower, lour

See also: down

Type of: alter, change, decrease, devalue, displace, grimace, lessen, make a face, minify, modify, move, pull a face

Antonym: bring up, raised

Encyclopedia: Lower, Richard