Definition of To a lower place
1. Adverb. In or to a place that is lower.
Lexicographical Neighbors of To A Lower Place
Literary usage of To a lower place
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Literary and Theological Review by Leonard Woods, Charles D. Pigeon (1834)
"... are made the occasion of deepening the guilt of multitudes, and sinking them to a lower place in the abodes of American Advocate of Peace. ..."
2. A Hebrew and English Lexicon of the Old Testament: Including the Biblical by Wilhelm Gesenius, Edward Robinson (1844)
"... 29, but genr. of those who go from a higher to a lower place or region. Spec, a) Of those who go down to a fountain or river Gen. 24, 16. 45. Ex. 2, 5. ..."
3. A Greek and English Lexicon of the New Testament by Edward Robinson (1852)
"To go or comedown, to descend, sc. from a higher to a lower place, in trans. a) spoken of persons, ..."
4. A Greek and English Lexicon of the New Testament by Edward Robinson (1836)
"To go or come doum, to descend, sc. from a higher to a lower place, intrans. a) spoken of persons etc. seq. «no c. gen. of place whence. Mint. ..."
5. Grammar of the Greek Language, for the Use of High Schools and Colleges by Raphael Kühner, Bela Bates Edwards (1844)
"(1) in relation to space, (a) of motion from a higher to a lower place, desuper, deorsum; (b) of a direction towards a place or object below, downwards, ..."
6. A complete and universal English dictionaryby James Barclay by James Barclay (1792)
"to come or go from a higher to a lower place ; to jjo ... from a higher to a lower place j or towards the centre of the earth ..."
7. Webster's Elementary-school Dictionary: Abridged from Webster's New by Noah Webster (1914)
"In a descending direction along ; from a higher to a lower place, on or within ; as, to run down the hill. — r. /. To put or bring down ; aa, the wrestler ..."