- n the lower of two berths
- v move something or somebody to a lower position
- v set lower
lower a rating
- v make lower or quieter
- v cause to drop or sink
- v look angry or sullen, wrinkle one's forehead, as if to signal disapproval
- a less than normal in degree or intensity or amount
- a literal meanings; being at or having a relatively small elevation or upward extension
- s very low in volume
- s unrefined in character
- a used of sounds and voices; low in pitch or frequency
- s of the most contemptible kind
- s low or inferior in station or quality
- s no longer sufficient
- s subdued or brought low in condition or status
- s filled with melancholy and despondency
- The same person, retested, may raise or lower his IQ by as many as 20 points depending on how he feelschallenged, anxious, bored.
- For travelers, deregulation will mean lower prices, faster trains and greater convenience for example, passengers now are usually forced to change to trains run by the .
- A new survey suggests that college students who use the online social network have significantly lower grades than students who don't.
- Tiger Wood in ESPN
I've had a lot of low points,Woods said. "Just when I didn't think it could get any lower, it got lower."
- John McCain in amNewYork
I don't think it's going much lower, and it could go higher,McCain said on NBC's "Today Show." "I don't think so, not when you've got a finite supply, basically, and a cartel controlling it."