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Low

Pronunciation of Low
/lˈə͡ʊ/, /lˈə‍ʊ/, /l_ˈəʊ/

Antonyms for low:

proud, honest, rich, wealthy, cheerful, tall, moral, sufficient, good, honorable, high, respectable, screechy, sopranino, estimable, superior, decent, elevated, loud, raised, noble, nice, great, increased, big, full.

Synonyms for low:

Sense 2

nefarious, abominable, subnormal, hollow, minor league, hushed, rocky, tranquil, lousy, slighting, sickly, subordinate, inexpensive, ailing, derogatory, sunken, repugnant, secondary, odious, average, subaltern, detestable, towering, indisposed, low-key, pejorative, abhorrent, junior, dishonest, obnoxious, lesser.

Sense 4

weak, by.

Sense 5

filthy, petty, lower, soar, below.

Sense 8

nasty, foul.

Sense 17

heavy.

Sense 26

light.

Sir David Alexander Cecil Low

Sir David Alexander cecil low.

bestial

beastly.

corrupt

rotten.

cry

moo.

depraved

corrupt.

double-bass

double bass.

inconsiderate

shabby.

indistinct

murmurous.

in low spirits

melancholy, tristful, sad, wistful, desolate, spiritless, melancholic, dull, heavy-hearted, dysphoric, unhappy.

insignificant

nominal.

low-pressure

low pressure.

swampy

marshy.

cheap (adjective)

low-cost.

close to the ground; short (adjective)

deep, low-set, low-lying, flat, lesser, bottommost, depressed, inferior, level, nether, sunken, minor, prostrate, junior, little, bottom, squat, below, under, small.

cowardly (adjective)

yellow, recreant.

crestfallen (adjective)

cast down.

crude, vulgar (adjective)

miserable, unrefined, undignified, obscene, offensive, uncouth, wretched, despicable, rude, gross, off-color, depraved, inelegant, sordid, woebegone, coarse, abject, scurvy, dishonorable, nasty, rough, common, woeful, contemptible, unbecoming, menial, degraded, disreputable, crass, ill-bred, base, vile, mean, raw, ignoble, blue.

deep (adjective)

low-toned, bass, baritone.

dejected (adjective)

doleful.

depressed (adjective)

crestfallen, despondent, unhappy, down in the mouth, dejected, dysphoric, downcast, tristful, bad, low-down, down, downhearted, melancholic, glum, sad, gloomy, forlorn, spiritless.

despicable (adjective)

despicable, contemptible, offensive, reprehensible, vile, low-life, mean, repulsive, repellent, loathsome, shabby, revolting.

disappointed (adjective)

crestfallen.

disreputable (adjective)

sleazy.

economical (adjective)

cut rate, dirt cheap.

feeble (adjective)

wimpy, insufficient, enervated.

heartsick (adjective)

heartsick.

humble (adjective)

proletarian.

insufficient (adjective)

inadequate.

little (adjective)

few, brief, meager, scanty, short, paltry, concise, little, puny, minute, narrow, delicate, compact, succinct, diminutive, small.

living in, coming from poor circumstances (adjective)

humble, baseborn, lowly, meek, unwashed, lowborn, plebeian.

low (adjective)

deep, bottom, level, short, stumpy, flat, squat.

low-cost (adjective)

cheapo, bargain-basement, cut price.

lower (adjective)

lower, junior.

lowly (adjective)

unwashed, lowborn.

not feeling well (adjective)

debilitated, feeble, faint, frail, indisposed, sickly, sick, ailing, weak, reduced.

not loud (adjective)

hushed, gentle, muted, quiet, subdued, muffled, soft.

pitiful (adjective)

pitiable.

quiet (adjective)

faint, sotto voce, whispering, soft, muffled, mumbling.

reduced; mediocre (adjective)

depleted, reasonable, nominal, substandard, inadequate, poor, cheap, deficient, paltry, inexpensive, modest, meager, puny.

short (adjective)

stumpy, runty, brief, puny, pocket-sized, concise, succinct, short, abridged, curt, condensed, small, compact, petite, squat, clipped, sawed-off, little, picayune.

silent (adjective)

quiet.

simple (adjective)

inexpensive.

sneaky (adjective)

snide.

soft-spoken (adjective)

low-keyed.

sorry (adjective)

bad.

subordinate (adjective)

subnormal.

sullen (adjective)

glum.

unjust (adjective)

unfair.

woebegone (adjective)

woebegone.

beastly (adverb)

brutish.

Sense 4 (noun)

low-necked, Plunging, low-neck, low-cut.

Sense 7 (noun)

squalid.

Sense 9 (noun)

hushed, subdued, whispery, quiet, low-key, low-keyed.

Sense 10 (noun)

deprecatory, slighting, detractive, uncomplimentary, depreciative, disparaging, corrupt, deprecative, dishonest, depreciatory, derogatory, derogative, pejorative.

Sense 11 (noun)

indisposed, rocky, off-color, sickly, ailing.

Sense 12 (noun)

rock bottom.

Sense 13 (noun)

subnormal.

Sense 15 (noun)

heavy.

Sense 18 (noun)

monotone, muted, quietly, light.

faint (noun)

weak, sick, feeble.

inferior (noun)

substandard.

low (noun)

bass, down, underslung, reduced, dejected, contemptible, double bass, depleted, downcast, low-spirited, throaty, down in the mouth, soft, low-toned, dispirited, moo, devalued, scurvy, degraded, low-pitched, humbled, blue, modest, humiliated, squat, deficient, lowly, deep, depression, debased, scummy, low-set, first gear, David Low, humble, low gear, lowset, nether, insufficient, low-lying, low-down, Sir David Alexander cecil low, crushed, baritone, first, abject, contralto, low-level, depressed, downhearted, broken, unrefined, small, forward, miserable, alto, under, contrabass, poor.

person (noun)

David Low, Sir David Alexander cecil low.

state (noun)

depression.

communication (verb)

moo.

quiet (verb)

quiet, hushed.

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