What is the opposite of elevated?

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Adjective
Opposite of having a high rank or social standing
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Opposite of situated or placed higher than the surrounding area
Adjective
Opposite of experiencing or marked by overwhelming usually pleasurable emotion
Adjective
(rare) Opposite of characterized by the ideology of respect and dignity
“If he ever presents himself in an undignified manner again, he will never find honor in my presence.”
Adjective
Opposite of showing enthusiasm or displaying positive energy about something
“Appallingly low turnout for the June elections showed that voters are apathetic.”
Adjective
Opposite of raised in quantity, volume or degree
“The decreased prices would provide some much-needed relief to the local residents.”
Adjective
Opposite of speaking pompously, especially using deliberately long or esoteric words
Adjective
Opposite of situated above the level of the head
Adjective
Opposite of in the sky or in the air
“Fielding ground balls well is a fundamental skill that a soccer goalie should master.”
Adjective
Opposite of transported
Adjective
Opposite of stood on end
Adjective
Opposite of completely fascinated or absorbed by what one is seeing or hearing
Adjective
Opposite of having an imaginative or sensitively emotional style of expression
Adjective
Opposite of relaxed and cheerful through being slightly drunk
Adjective
Opposite of slightly drunk, fuddled, staggering, foolish as a result of drinking alcoholic beverages
Adjective
Opposite of abundant in hills
Adjective
Opposite of feeling or displaying no fear by temperament
Adjective
Opposite of jutting or projecting outwards
Verb
Opposite of to have made a quantity bigger
“An abundance of supply decreased prices in the market.”
Verb
Opposite of to have advanced or promoted the growth of
“The athlete regressed his skills after a period of neglecting his training.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to physically move from a lower to a higher place or position
“After executing the movement, lower the bar back slowly to its original position.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to raise to a more important or impressive level
“He enters the dining room, ready to abase himself because he disdains everyone else.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to fill with great joy
“The difficulty of the course would dishearten her, and she would ultimately give up.”
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