Synonyms of lower in English

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lower1


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adjective

1‘the curtain covers the lower half of the window’

SYNONYMS

bottom, bottommost, under, underneath, further down, beneath, nether

ANTONYMS

top, upper, higher

2‘the lower house of the German parliament’

SYNONYMS

subordinate, inferior, lesser, junior, minor, secondary, lower-level, lower-grade, subsidiary, ancillary, second-fiddle, subservient

second-class, second-rate

ANTONYMS

upper, senior

3‘you may have to accept a lower price’

SYNONYMS

cheaper, reduced, decreased, lessened, curtailed, pruned, cut, slashed

ANTONYMS

higher, increased


Synonyms of lower in English

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lower2


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verb

1‘she lowered the mask’

SYNONYMS

move down, let down, take down, haul down, drop, let fall, let sink

ANTONYMS

raise, lift up

2‘the crowd had lowered their voices’

SYNONYMS

soften, modulate, quieten, hush, tone down, muffle, turn down, mute

ANTONYMS

raise, intensify

3‘demand could be stimulated by lowering taxes’

SYNONYMS

reduce, decrease, lessen, bring down, diminish, curtail, prune, pare, pare down, ease up on, cause to fall, slim down, mark down, cut, slash, axe

ANTONYMS

increase

4‘the water level lowered’

SYNONYMS

subside, fall, fall off, recede, ebb, wane

abate, die down, let up, moderate, diminish, lessen

5‘he must really love her to lower himself in this way’

SYNONYMS

degrade, debase, demean, abase, humble, humiliate, downgrade, discredit, shame, dishonour, disgrace

belittle, cheapen, devalue

condescend, deign, stoop, sink, descend, vouchsafe

ANTONYMS

boost


Synonyms of lower in English

: lower1lower2lower3

lower3

(also lour)

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verb

1

SYNONYMS

scowl, frown, look sullen, glower, glare, grimace, give someone black looks, look daggers, look angry

informal give someone dirty looks

ANTONYMS

smile