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Definition of "lowering" []

  • Present participle of lower. (verb)

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  • That lowers or frowns. (adjective)
  • The act of something being lowered. (noun)

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Use "lowering" in a sentence
  • "I suspect the term lowering the bar originated with the dance called the limbo."
  • "Lately, I had been taking what I call the lowering approach to writing."
  • "During conversations, Mr Willie Wright sung a snatch of the Sankey hymn 'Sleep On Beloved' which he described as a lowering down song at funerals, and which was clearly the same song as 'I Bid You Goodnight' but in an earlier form, and when Norma [Waterson] heard it she went to see Willie, who kindly provided her with the other verses."