comparative of low.
Move (someone or something) in a downward direction
Variant spelling of lour.
the lofty statue lours at patients in the infirmary
the curtain covers the lower half of the window
she lowered the mask
variant of lour
Look angry or sullen; scowl
Look angry or sullen; scowl
Of less than average height from top to bottom or to the top from the ground
Denoting an older (and hence usually deeper) part of a stratigraphic division or archaeological deposit or the period in which it was formed or deposited
Become more (or less) ambitious; increase (or lower) one’s expectations
look angry or sullen
Small letters as opposed to capital letters (upper case)
The social group that has the lowest status; the working class
A court whose decisions may be overruled by another court on appeal
The deck of a ship situated immediately above the hold
Of an inferior quality, standard, or level in a hierarchy
The larger of two sections of a bicameral parliament or similar legislature, typically with elected members and having the primary responsibility for legislation
A city in New Zealand, near Wellington; population 97,701 (2006)
At or of a level that is lower in position or status
small letters as opposed to capital (upper-case) letters
(two words, hyphen when attributive)
Animals of relatively simple or primitive characteristics as contrasted with humans or with more advanced animals such as mammals or vertebrates
A state of NE Austria; capital, St Pölten
The mainly French-speaking region of Canada around the lower St Lawrence River, in what is now southern Quebec
Another term for lower house.
A township in southeastern Pennsylvania that contains many suburban communities northwest of Philadelphia; population 57,203 (est. 2008)
The lower classes of society
Plants of relatively simple or primitive characteristics, especially those which are not vascular plants, i.e. algae, mosses, liverworts, and sometimes fungi
Having an inferior rank or position in a particular hierarchy
Hell or the underworld
A state of NW Germany; capital, Hanover. It corresponds to the north-western part of the former kingdom of Saxony
The section of a larger school which comprises or caters for the younger pupils, especially those below the fifth form
state of NE Austria
region of southern Quebec
state of NW Germany
Dated term for textual criticism, in contrast to higher criticism.
Lower (or raise) the standards which need to be met in order to qualify for something
Diminish the general spirit or moral character of a conversation, place, etc.
Another name for Baja California.
another name for Baja California
A district of southeastern Manhattan in New York City, noted as home to immigrants from the 1880s through the early 20th century
The social group between the working class and the middle class
Treat (someone) severely
A term for the 48 contiguous US states, excluding Alaska and Hawaii
Behave in a way that is perceived as unworthy or debased
The general character or attitude of a place, piece of writing, situation, etc.