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Below

Pronunciation of Below
/bɪlˈə͡ʊ/, /bɪlˈə‍ʊ/, /b_ɪ_l_ˈəʊ/

Antonyms for below:

above, in a higher place.

Synonyms for below:

Sense 2

sunken, subnormal, down, low-level, depressed.

Sense 3

not, least, after, underground.

Sense 4

lower.

Sense 5

bottom.

beneath

nether, underfoot.

Other synonyms and related words:

uncertified, common, infra, lowly, downstairs, underfoot, depressed, chief, high up, down, nether, underlying, humble, lower, bottom, therein, to a lower place, foregoing, top-down, least, not, low-level, aforesaid, low-slung, beneath, well-connected, menial, B-list, on a lower floor, superior, subterranean, vertical, sunken, social, low, underground, rock bottom, deep, upper, down the stairs, ordinary, low-profile, at a lower place, undermentioned, after.

deep (adjective)

subterranean.

inferior (adjective)

junior, inferior, underling, subject, subservient, under, second, dependent, lesser, subordinate.

less (adjective)

lower than, less, beneath, under.

low (adjective)

rock bottom, lower, junior, low-lying.

all (adverb)

under.

under (adverb)

underneath.

under (adverb)

underneath, under, beneath, lower than.

Sense 1 (noun)

A-list, B-list, chief, common, elite, good, genteel.

Sense 4 (noun)

underwater, subterranean, underfoot, underground, underlying, lower.

Sense 5 (noun)

down, depressed, subnormal, sunken, rock bottom, bottom, low-level, low.

Sense 6 (noun)

least.

below (noun)

down the stairs, beneath, on a lower floor, to a lower place, under, at a lower place, infra, downstairs.

inferior (noun)

nether.

less than; beneath (preposition)

subordinate, subject, lesser, lower, inferior.

lower (preposition)

under, down, beneath, underneath.

Usage examples for below:

  • There was not a soul below. - "Wild Justice: Stories of the South Seas", Lloyd Osbourne.
  • When you are ready to start, come below and our lady will say good- bye to you. - "At Agincourt", G. A. Henty.
  • " There is, of course, the window of the apartment below," Baker suggested. - "The Film of Fear", Arnold Fredericks.

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