What is the opposite of high?

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Adjective
Opposite of significant in elevation
“The view from the top of the low hill was rather limited and uninspiring.”
Adjective
Opposite of significant in elevation
“A level surface reduces the risk of tripping or twisting an ankle.”
Adjective
Opposite of significant in elevation
“The best spot for swimming with humpbacks is a sunken crater off Maui's west coast called Molokini.”
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 great in rank or status
“He was demoted to a lowly position in government and would now find it difficult pushing for his policies to be enacted.”
Adjective
Opposite of great in importance or urgency
“This matter is of a low priority and can be addressed at a later date.”
Adjective
Opposite of morally or ethically superior
“He was a man of questionable character with amoral principles.”
Adjective
Opposite of great, or greater than normal, in quantity or size
“He deliberately consumed low amounts of carbohydrates to induce ketosis.”
Adjective
Opposite of great, or greater than normal, in price
“The price of bananas are cheap right now due to a reduction in demand.”
Adjective
Opposite of superior in quality or caliber
“The quality of our latest product is of a poor standard and we cannot release it until it has been improved.”
Adjective
Opposite of great, or greater than normal, in intensity
“Tomorrow should be a sunny day with a light breeze.”
Adjective
(of a lifestyle) Opposite of luxurious and extravagant in nature
“He lost all of his money gambling and lived an abstemious life thereafter.”
Adjective
Opposite of very favorable
“Many people now had a low opinion of him due to his string of poor performances.”
Adjective
(of a sound or note) Opposite of having a frequency at the upper end of the auditory range
“Michael did not suggest that his nose surgery would affect his ability to sing bass notes.”
Adjective
Opposite of a state of elation
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“His spirits were low after he failed to secure his dream job.”
Adjective
(technology, electronics) Opposite of advanced in development
“Our company's infrastructure needs an upgrade as the current systems are using old technology.”
Adjective
(somewhat informal) Opposite of feeling euphoric, typically from the effects of narcotics or alcohol
“I began to clean my room once I was sober.”
Adjective
(of food, meat) Opposite of strong-smelling, slightly spoiled and beginning to decompose
“Unless you are cooking game, it is best to use fresh produce.”
Adjective
Opposite of having a high rank or social standing
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 bearing good value, worth or reliability
“I will tell you in good faith, Sir, that this is a worthless investment, and your money is better spent elsewhere.”
Adjective
Opposite of standing above others in rank, importance, or achievement
Adjective
Opposite of dangerously high or steep
Adjective
Opposite of full of fervor
“He reached the construction site where he stopped his jog, slowing to a casual walk.”
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 falling short of a standard
Adjective
Opposite of large in scale or size
“A small company with only a few products has grown to become a giant in the industry.”
Adjective
Opposite of arrogantly superior and disdainful
Adjective
Opposite of commanding a large price
Adjective
(of a person) Opposite of excited or elated by something
Adjective
Opposite of ridiculously extreme or excessive in degree
Adjective
Opposite of in the measurement of height
“The average American man has a waistline of roughly 39 inches in length.”
Noun
Opposite of a high point or position
“When the real-estate bubble burst, prices were at a ten-year low.”
Noun
Opposite of a point of success or achievement
“Failing to qualify for the Olympics was the nadir of his sporting career.”
Noun
(a high) Opposite of a period of euphoria
“Billy experienced a low when Monique rejected his advances.”
Noun
Opposite of a thrill of pleasurable, often reckless excitement
Noun
Opposite of the most extreme known value of some variable
Noun
Opposite of the sky, the upper air
Adverb
Opposite of at an elevated position
“Arthur Morgan crouched low so as not to startle the deer.”
Adverb
Opposite of in a luxurious manner
“He chose to live modestly to ensure that his financial future would be secure.”
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