lowercased

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lowercased (not comparable)

  1. Printed or written in lowercase letters.
    • 2003, Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary[1], →ISBN, page 1612:
      However, common nouns occurring after the names of two or more organizations are lowercased.
    • 2006, Geraldine Woods, English Grammar Workbook for Dummies[2], →ISBN, page 122:
      School degrees (bachelor's, master's, doctorate) are lowercased, though their abbreviations aren't (B.A., M.S., and so on).
    • 2009 August 22, Porochista Khakpour, “Finally ‘Thirtysomething’?”, in The New York Times[3]:
      For me, pretty much everything about the show — the pretentious lowercased logo; the setting in pre-sixth-borough-glory Philadelphia; the almost painstakingly unfamous cast; the difficulty in figuring out whom to crush on and whom to relate to — did not compute, and for some big reasons.