[lou-uh-ree, louuh r-ee]
- dark and gloomy; threatening: a lowery sky.
Origin of lowery
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Examples from the Web for lowery
Lowery says he saw Cain out and about in Atlanta over the years, but rarely ever with his wife.Herman Cain's Marriage Shaken by Infidelity Charges
December 2, 2011
Why, it was Ms. Lowery in the living room with the yoga stick!Lights, Camera, Cocktails
July 8, 2011
Both the tradition of that preaching and Dr. Lowery as its living embodiment are worth a close look.
Rev. Lowery had direct links to all the mountain-top events of the movement.
Howell Raines on what Rev. Lowery and other African-American preachers have added this week to the Obama mystique.
Mammy had me three sisters and a brother while on the Lowery plantation.Slave Narratives, Oklahoma
I guess we had better not stop this time, but wait for a lowery day.When Life Was Young
C. A. Stephens
Lowery's father was also a minister, before him, in the Christian Church.
It was a lowery evening as the trio of young folk set forth.The Corner House Girls at School
Grace Brooks Hill
The morning of the 30th was lowery, but the clouds dispersed as the day advanced.Three Years in the Sixth Corps
George T. Stevens