Common misspellings for lower:
poiwer, lawerly, viwer, lwr, couwer, lwoer, lawen, howar, ower, love3r, lowet, nower, logowear, chower, belowe, lowder, loowed, nowear, loweel, louer, loyer, lowwers, follwer, lowere, loker, fewwer, lowel, lwork, loer, wlohe, loward, powar, hower, lawmower, keowee, lowwer, loewer, loder, slowey, ouwer, lovwe, lowerer, lvoer, fowar, laway, lawers, loffer, lowever, twoer, tawer, lowerd, nowor, lowewr, leway, loev, lawer, loger, likwe, loswer, hoewer, thower, lowerr, lewer, leawe, lowkey, souwer, allower, loayer, cowar, loweer, lawery, lowr, lowe, laywer, flawer, llower, lwyer, clower, lwer, porwer, liwed, piwer, lowes', thwer, fower, lawywer, lowetr, pawer, llowed, lowsey, lawier, slwoer, fawer, lozer, knower, poewer, whwer, alowe, slowe, lawayer, flowwer, lowely, ppower, lowley, lowe's, blowe, lowesr, loewr, towwer, lwere, pwoer, holowe, alower, elower, lifwe, flowe, clowe, lowod, poweer, ppwer, loozer, thelower, locwe, powwer, clewar, lowre, laweyer, poower, lowyer, gorwer, liwer, loez, lher, kuwer, lwet, l0wer, lweor, lowes, lowal, luher, qwer, wwer, power, oower, lkwer, llwer, lpwer, l9wer, lo2er, lowwr, lowsr, lowdr, lowrr, low4r, low3r, lowef, lowe5, lowe4, lkower, plower, lpower, loower, liower, loiwer, lokwer, lolwer, lopwer, l0ower, lo0wer, l9ower, lo9wer, loqwer, lowqer, loawer, lowaer, lo3wer, low3er, lo2wer, low2er, lowedr, lowrer, low4er, lowe4r, lowe3r, lowefr, lowerf, lowert, lowe5r, lower5, lower4, olwer, mower, lgwer, lmwer, lnwer, lo7er, lowmr, lowar, lowgr, lowe2, lowez, lowev, lowep, l ower, lo wer, low er, lowe r.
Definition of lower:
- To appear dark or gloomy; to threaten a storm; to frown.
- To bring down; make or become lower; humble; sink.
- To lesson or bring down; reduce in price or value; weaken; humble; change to a less high pitch.
- To bring low: to depress: to degrade: to diminish.
- To let down; depress; degrade; lessen.
- To fall; to sink; to grow less; to diminish; to decrease; as, the river lowered as rapidly as it rose.
- To be dark, gloomy, and threatening, as clouds; to be covered with dark and threatening clouds, as the sky; to show threatening signs of approach, as a tempest.
- To frown; to look sullen.
- To become less high; sink; fall; to appear dark, gloomy, or threatening.
- To fall: to sink: to grow less.
- To gather and appear gloomy, as the clouds: to threaten a storm: to frown.
- To appear gloomy; frown.
- To descend; lessen.
- To look angry; scowl.
- look angry or sullen, wrinkle one's forehead, as if to signal disapproval
- set lower; " lower a rating"; " lower expectations"
- make lower or quieter; " turn down the volume of a radio"
- To let down; to bring down; to humble; to diminish.
- To bring low; to cause to descend; to bring down; to lessen; to humble or degrade; to enfeeble; to sink.
- Cloudiness; gloominess.
- A frowning; sullenness.
- inferior in rank or status; " the junior faculty"; " a lowly corporal"; " petty officialdom"; " a subordinate functionary"
- the bottom one of two; " he chose the lower number"
- move something or somebody to a lower position; " take down the vase from the shelf"
- ( usually preceded by ` no') lower in esteem; " no less a person than the king himself"
- Compar. of Low, a.
- To let descend by its own weight, as something suspended; to let down; as, to lower a bucket into a well; to lower a sail or a boat; sometimes, to pull down; as, to lower a flag.
- To reduce the height of; as, to lower a fence or wall; to lower a chimney or turret.
- To depress as to direction; as, to lower the aim of a gun; to make less elevated as to object; as, to lower one's ambition, aspirations, or hopes.
- To reduce the degree, intensity, strength, etc., of; as, to lower the temperature of anything; to lower one's vitality; to lower distilled liquors.
- To bring down; to humble; as, to lower one's pride.
- Comp. of low; less high or elevated.