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Preposition
Opposite of physically over or on top of
“He placed his cabin luggage in the space below his seat.”
Preposition
Opposite of higher in grade, rank, status, or position
“The Sergeant Major barked orders at the soldiers who were beneath him in rank.”
Preposition
(figuratively) Opposite of superior so as not to be subject to
“All citizens, regardless of rank or status, are subject to the law of the land.”
Preposition
Opposite of in preference to
“He was an emotional man who placed facts below feelings as a priority.”
Preposition
Opposite of surpassing in number or quantity
“He turned down the proposal of a rival company that offered him a salary less than his current remuneration.”
Preposition
Opposite of farther north than
“Glacial fingers extend down the mountain ridges in Norway, well below the Arctic Circle.”
Preposition
Opposite of outside the limits or scope of
“Dr. Krusinski declares that no such potential knowledge lies within the scope of his research.”
Preposition
Opposite of no longer capable of
“Come back! I'm not done disciplining you!”
Preposition
Opposite of late in relation to a given time
“We are proud to announce that the completion of the tracks is ahead of schedule.”
Adverb
Opposite of directly overhead
“She heard a rustle in the ground as a mole scurried below.”
Adverb
Opposite of at an elevated position
“Arthur Morgan crouched low so as not to startle the deer.”
Noun
Opposite of a paradisiacal place, typically where souls are believed to live after mortal death
“No one ever goes to the abyss because it's too wide and deep and creepy and cold.”
Adjective
Opposite of existing or coming before in time or order
Adjective
Opposite of mentioned earlier or higher on the same page
“He flipped to the next page and studied an artist's rendering of the landscaped park.”
Adjective
Opposite of elevated, situated on higher ground
Adjective
Opposite of existing or occurring at some time in the past
“I have so much to get through right now, so I will have to catch up on these movies at a later time.”
Adjective
Opposite of on an upper floor
Adjective
Opposite of the same or identical to what was described or used previously
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