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Adjective
Of less than average height from top to bottom, or to the top from the ground
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“He couldn't help feeling a little awkward sitting on the low stool that was obviously made for kids.”
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Situated near to, or below, the ground, the horizon, or sea level
“The species can be found on sand, clay, and loam, among low open woodland and in shrubland.”
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Situated at a lower, or lowermost, level in comparison to someone or something else
“The book you're looking for is on the low shelf of the bookcase.”
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Significantly below an amount or level that is adequate
“Our bodies typically go into a state of starvation when food supplies are low.”
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Ranking below things in importance
“Frivolous matters will have to be regarded as being of low priority for our busy department.”
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Ranking below other people or things in importance or class
“He is married to, but estranged from, Molly Farren, an opium-addicted woman of low birth.”
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Depressed or lacking in energy
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“He's feeling understandably low given the recent spate of unfortunate events he has had to endure.”
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Weak or lacking in strength
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“She's still feeling a bit low as she continues to recover from her recent illness.”
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Low in audible volume
“Keep your voices low so as not to draw attention to yourselves.”
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Below average in price or cost
“The store currently has an oversupply of pineapples, and you can now get them for a low price.”
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Inferior to what is expected or desired
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“Complacency has led to the low standard of most of the company's recent products.”
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Having little expectation of success or achievement
“You have low expectations for your staff, and sadly, they have performed accordingly.”
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(of a belief, opinion or state of mind) Not favorable
“I have a low opinion of rap lyrics made up primarily of ego-enhancing and self-aggrandizing banter.”
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Low in pitch or tone
“Michael did not suggest that having multiple nose surgeries would help him sing low notes.”
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Contemptuous of what is right or honorable
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“From my point of view, there is only one man of low morals standing before me with a gutter mouth.”
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(of art or culture) Considered to be inferior in quality and refinement
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“Pop art represented a painting style devoted to erasing the boundaries between high and low art.”
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(of women's clothing) Cut so as to reveal the neck and the upper part of the chest
“The bridesmaids were given red dresses with low necks and frilly hems.”
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Dead, no longer alive or living
“Dozens of villagers were laid low by the deadly tornado.”
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Of, near, or relating to the equator
“Our cruise would traverse through the low northern latitudes.”
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(in amount) Meager or little
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Deep in sound
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Deep, resonant in sound
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Submissive or slavish
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Of or pertaining to a minor league
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Lower in position
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Single-story
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Lacking energy, drive, motivation or emotion
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Displaying severe degradation and neglect
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Relating to humankind's material existence as distinct from a spiritual or heavenly one
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(of an estimate) Purposely low for the sake of caution
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(of shoes) Without heels or with very low heels
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Inconspicuous
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Feeling angry, distressed or unhappy
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Intended to be kept secret
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Cowardly
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Not advantageous
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Having a pale or unhealthy skin tone
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Lacking in material possessions or financial wealth
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Unwell
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Not brave; cowardly
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Diminished or humiliated emotionally
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To be running behind schedule
Noun
A low point, level, or figure
“The country was nearing a ten-year low in unemployment.”
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A mooing sound
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A line drawn on a map or chart connecting places of equal or constant pressure
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An angry, irritable, or sullen state of mind
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The highest or most extreme degree of something
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Verb
(of cattle) To make a lowing sound
“We could hear the low of the cows in the distance as we continued our trek through the Swiss Alps.”
Adverb
Downward or low down
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