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Use "lowered" in a sentence
"Burke gave the process a huge push this week, letting it be known he's adjusted - many would use to the term lowered - his sights to take a deal for a draft pick and/or a prospect, rather than the top-six forward he wanted to spur playoff chances."
"A boat was lowered from the stranger's side and began to pull toward them."
"Journalist Powers bemoans the reigning dogma of digital maximalism that requires us to divide our attention between ever more e-mails, text messages, cellphone calls, video streams, and blinking banners, resulting, he argues, in lowered productivity and a distracted life devoid of meaning and depth."