Synonyms for low

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Synonyms of low:
  • (adj) debased (similar term), devalued (similar term), degraded (similar term), depressed (similar term), down (similar term), low-level (similar term), reduced (similar term), rock-bottom (similar term), inferior (related term), high (antonym)

  • (adj) deep (similar term), low-growing (similar term), flat-growing (similar term), ground-hugging (similar term), low-level (similar term), low-altitude (similar term), low-lying (similar term), lowset (similar term), low-set (similar term), nether (similar term), under (similar term), squat (similar term), underslung (similar term), down (related term), inferior (related term), short (related term), high (antonym)

  • (adj) low-toned, soft (similar term)

  • (adj) unrefined (similar term)

  • (adj) low-pitched, alto (similar term), contralto (similar term), baritone (similar term), bass (similar term), deep (similar term), contrabass (similar term), double-bass (similar term), throaty (similar term), high (antonym)

  • (adj) abject, low-down, miserable, scummy, scurvy, contemptible (similar term)

  • (adj) humble, lowly, modest, small, inferior (similar term)

  • (adj) depleted, insufficient (similar term), deficient (similar term)

  • (adj) broken, crushed, humbled, humiliated, humble (similar term)

  • (adj) blue, depressed, dispirited, down, downcast, downhearted, down in the mouth, low-spirited, dejected (similar term)

  • (adj) first, forward (similar term)

  • (noun) low pressure, depression, air mass

  • (noun) Low, David Low, Sir David Low, Sir David Alexander Cecil Low, cartoonist

  • (noun) degree, grade, level, high (antonym)

  • (noun) first gear, first, low gear, gear, gear mechanism

  • (verb) moo, utter, emit, let out, let loose



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