- dark and threatening, as the sky, clouds, or weather; overcast; gloomy: lowering skies.
- frowning or sullen, as the face or gaze; scowling; angry.
- As the pandemic approaches its second year, there is a gradual uptick in regional travel due to the gradual lowering of Covid-19 restrictions.
- Board members said Thursday that they are considering a temporary lowering of fares to lure riders back at a time when many workers say they are considering other commuting options.
- The lowering of rent will allow the restaurant to remain open through the end of the year.
- In a new video, the Kentucky Republican brags about lowering the boom on sexual harasser Bob Packwood.
- So you can reduce your risk of heart disease, by a lot, without lowering your LDL.
- Under a lowering sky, the entourage crowds into two Hertz station wagons for the sixty mile drive to Las Cruces.
- In fact, foes of abortion have opposed most every single public policy that contributes to lowering the abortion rate in America.
- Ted Kennedy,” the aide continued, lowering his voice to a whisper for the punch line, “dead.
- “The British Raj is doomed,” she muttered, lowering her voice, and bringing her magnificent eyes close to his.
- The horizon, however, was lowering and hazy, and the sun had not force enough to tear the murky veil asunder.
- Lowering her voice, and casting a timid glance around, she whispered in his ear, as if afraid of speaking it out.
- But what means this sudden lowering of the heavens, and that dark cloud arising from beneath the western horizon?
- It was a debasing, lowering occurrence, and he felt sure that it could hardly have taken place in his servants' hall.