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Adjective
Of less than average height from top to bottom or to the top from the ground
“It was a long, low bungalow looking on to Fritton Lake and surrounded by woods.”
Adjective
Not coming up to an expected measure or meeting a particular need
“The union knew it; they also knew that the food supply was not as low as advertised.”
Adjective
Unscrupulous or dishonest
“But in the end he lacked the sagacity or the low cunning to do the one thing necessary.”
Adjective
Ranking below other people or things in importance or class
“The missing child of an unwed mother was a low priority for police.”
Adjective
Depressed or lacking in energy
“In any community, there are lots of people who are in trouble, who feel depressed and low.”
Adjective
Lacking bodily strength
“She's still feeling a bit low after having flu.”
Adjective
Not loud in pitch or volume
“Wind opened his mouth but all that came out was a low groan.”
Adjective
Situated not far above the ground, the horizon, or sea level
“Pruning is done after flowering with stems being taken back to just above a low growth point.”
Adjective
Below average in amount, extent, or intensity
“Study after study reveals a surprisingly low number of gunsmiths in early America.”
Adjective
Less good than is expected or desired; inferior
“This has led to the low quality of most of this sector's products, and hence its decreased credibility.”
Adjective
Being near the equator
“… we took a cruise to the low northern latitudes.”
Adjective
No longer living
“… thousands of the elderly were laid low by the deadly strain of flu.”
Adjective
“They were given pink dresses with low necks and frilly arms and hems.”
Adjective
“Adults have low expectations of children's ability to explain things.”
Adjective
Unfavourable
“I have a low opinion of pop music lyrics, I just happen to have a near-perfect memory for them.”
Adjective
“Even TV cartoons with artistic pretensions tend to be about as low as low art can get.”
Adjective
Having a low musical pitch or range
“Going from a low note to a high note without using valves is difficult.”
Noun
A low point, level, or figure
“As of June 21, the euro was nearing a nine-month low against the very shaky dollar.”
Verb
“Up here it's so quiet at night you can hear the cattle lowing in the valley, and the snow touching the ground in winter.”
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