lour

[ louuhr, lou-er ]
/ laʊər, ˈlaʊ ər /

noun, verb (used without object), lour·ed, lour·ing.

a variant of lower2.

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Example sentences from the Web for lour

  • The sun might shine, or the clouds might lour; but nothing could appear to me as it had done the day before.

    Frankenstein|Mary Shelley
  • She particularly wanted to go out with her brother for half an lour, and she did not wish to leave the house empty.

    Rogues and Vagabonds|George R. Sims
  • Footnote 99: "Par long temps a lour grantz custages et despenses."

  • As for the lour in my pocket, I am a forsworn man if I deliver it not to-morrow.

    Captain Ravenshaw|Robert Neilson Stephens

British Dictionary definitions for lour

lour

lower

/ (laʊə) /

verb

a variant spelling of lower 2

Derived forms of lour

louring or lowering, adjectivelouringly or loweringly, adverb
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