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for example:

She lowered her eyes at the moment of marriage with a bit smile

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She was being demure.

From Oxford dictionaries:

Demure: (of a woman or her behavior) reserved, modest, and shy

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One common expression is avert her eyes. This can mean a more general action than lowering her eyes; avert her eyes from his gaze means to move her eyes away, rather than specifically lowering them.

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