lowering

[ lou-er-ing, louuh r-ing ]SEE DEFINITION OF lowering

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LOWERING

With a lowering face he watched her descend and, his hand on the newel, confronted her.

People are not particular about lowering the blinds in the country.

There was no lowering of the eyelids when they confessed; no hangdog look about the mouth.

"Sure I do," answered the Nimrod, lowering his cheek to the stock of the gun.

Ghostly and dark the room became, and full of lowering shadows.

Away ran Peggy after the cow—while lowering Marcus cursed them all three.

The clouds appeared to have come down on the water, where they hung, lowering.

"I have been drugged and robbed," he replied, lowering his voice.

And thus jauntily did I carry my knowledge of the lowering cloud.

And, lowering her voice, she whispered in Claude's ear: "Was there a lady in the cab?"

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR LOWERING

low

adjectiveclose to the ground; short
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