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Common misspellings for low:

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What does the abbreviation low mean?

LOW abbreviation definitions:
–  Laid Off Worker
–  Link Of The Week


classically, standard, classical, exacting, subdued, knee-high. detestable, indisposed, inexpensive, subnormal, hushed, junior, lesser, secondary, average, sunken, subordinate, subaltern, sickly, derogatory, ailing, dishonest. monotone, muted, squalid, quietly, infamous, off-color, disgusting, precipitous. weak. filthy, below, lower, petty. foul, nasty. heavy. light. Sir David Alexander cecil low. rotten. moo. corrupt. double bass. shabby. unhappy, wistful, sad, dull, melancholy. gentle, foul, bad, dirty, execrable, abject, low-spirited, low-down, shabby, low-pitched, miserable, humble, low-toned, inferior, lowly, measly, scurvy, menial, high, plebeian, grave, feeble, poor, moderate, sorry, weak, scummy, moo, wretched, inexpensive, reasonable, heavy, petty. bottommost, inferior, depressed, junior, under, flat, little, below, beneath, low-lying, minor, bottom, small, sunken, low-set, nether, prostrate, lesser, level, squat, profound, deep. crass, unrefined, coarse, base, degraded, ignoble, scurvy, abject, inelegant, nasty, undignified, mean, common, raw, offensive, vile, rude, woeful, ill-bred, wretched, rough, despicable, contemptible, gross, unbecoming, depraved, menial, blue, sordid, miserable, off-color, obscene. baritone, bass, low-toned. dejected, unhappy, down in the mouth, forlorn, bad, down, moody, downhearted, low-down, crestfallen, gloomy, downcast, sad. contemptible, mean, shabby, repellent, vile, offensive, despicable, loathsome, revolting, repulsive, reprehensible. crestfallen. sleazy. cut rate. insufficient. proletarian. inadequate. meager, paltry, scanty, short, narrow, brief, compact, concise, diminutive, succinct, small, puny, little, few, delicate, minute. meek, plebeian, lowly, baseborn, humble. flat, stumpy, bottom, deep, squat, level, short. bargain-basement. junior, lower. ailing, feeble, weak, frail, indisposed, reduced, exhausted, faint, sickly, sick, ill. muffled, subdued, gentle, hushed, soft, muted, quiet. pitiable. muffled, sotto voce, faint, mumbling, whispering, soft. economical, meager, poor, inexpensive, deficient, paltry, inadequate, sparse, scant, cheap, depleted, modest, reasonable, moderate, puny. short, curt, little, runty, petite, squat, pocket-sized, puny, concise, brief, small, condensed, succinct, picayune, clipped, stumpy, compact, abridged. quiet. economical, inexpensive, moderate. bad. subnormal. irrelevant, unconsidered, inconsequential, meaningless, unimportant, superficial. cockney, ill-bred, sleazy, barnyard, rude, vulgar, animal, revolting, undignified, brutish, rough, tasteless, base, repulsive, raw, glaring, boorish, cheap, brazen, chintzy, in bad taste, offensive, garish, profane, inelegant, idiomatic, unbecoming, common, coarse-grained, tactless, clumsy, ignoble, indelicate, broad, homespun, sordid, scandalous, ignominious, colloquial, degraded, gross, outlandish, crude, gaudy, coarse, shameless, philistine, earthy, obscene, salty, unseemly, depraved, unrefined, rank, tawdry, unpolished, barbaric, graceless, crass. brutish. button-through, baggy, best, Clingy, below, sunken, A-LINE, backless, high, inferior, prostrate, lofty, profound, button-down, boot-cut, casual, beneath. advanced, average, exacting, classically, sad, moody, above, standard, classical. destroy, lost, missing, absent, away, overcome, misplaced, unavailable, unattainable, in absentia. boiling point, centigrade, eighties, absolute zero, bimetallic strip, fahrenheit, degree, F, C, celsius. junior, breathy, over, appealing, grating, subordinate, adenoidal, lower, lesser, fruity, dead, brittle, croaky, disembodied. constraint, limit, limitation, confines, restriction, detestable, disgusting, check, range, boundary, rotten, shabby, good, restraint, infamous, nasty, foul, filthy, control. atmospheric pressure, front, isobar, air pressure, anticyclone, right, frontal, the Gulf Stream, squalid, cold front. analog, auxiliary, value, built, clever, clockwork, automatic, automatically, inexpensive, cordless, clean. hushed, mere, quiet, only, sparse, scant, barely, subdued, minimum. untruthful, dishonest, dubious, fraudulent, derogatory, unprincipled, devious, corrupt, unscrupulous, praise, cunning, deceitful. bay, bray, health, bleat, baa, grunt, bellow, sickly, off-color, ailing, bark, croak, indisposed, call, hiss. crisis, nightmare, stress, quagmire, trouble, tragedy, battle, rock bottom, ordeal. subnormal. bleak, homesick. calm, choppy, fluvial, deep-sea, freshwater, fresh, briny, heavy, coastal. calorific, chewy, cream, cool, crispy, crisp, buttery, caramelized, chilled. low-rise, precipitous, knee-high, elevated, higher. monotone, light, muted, quietly. ill, feeble, sick, weak. happy, unhappy, dull, melancholy, wistful, sad. degraded, insufficient, scummy, baritone, moo, double bass, abject, miserable, throaty, contrabass, modest, small, bass, lowset, lowly, downhearted, blue, contralto, broken, crushed, David Low, low-lying, down in the mouth, low-spirited, low-down, humble, squat, depleted, deficient, Sir David Alexander cecil low, debased, humbled, low gear, contemptible, forward, scurvy, poor, humiliated, dejected, devalued, first gear, low-pitched, depression, downcast, deep, reduced, low-set, down, low-level, nether, unrefined, dispirited, underslung, low-toned, soft, under, alto, first, depressed. Sir David Alexander cecil low, David Low. depression. dozy, drowsy, sleepy, fatigued, weary, tired, all in, run down, exhausted. moo. high. hushed, quiet.

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Examples of usage for low:

  1. " Yes, sir," Daisy said, in a low voice. – Melbourne House by Elizabeth Wetherell
  2. In the large, low old- fashioned room in which he sat there was no false note. – The Higher Court by Mary Stewart Daggett
  3. Suddenly a low whistle was heard, and Mrs Glaire started. – The Parson O' Dumford by George Manville Fenn

Rhymes for low:

  1. ho, bio, tallyho, blow, rouleau, forgo, munro, mo, aux, bordeaux, oh, papo, renaud, monroe, glo, wo, zoh, bo, flo, giraud, truffaut, poe, defoe, so-so, o', whoa, coe, slow, though, eau, gogh, moe, noe, toe, yo, owe, ow, bow, woe, throw, tarot, doh, chateau, vo, below, sow, tow, margaux, mow, thoreau, forego, strow, cro, jo, marceau, bro, gau, so, tableau, trow, bowe, dau, pro, tho, know, beau, boe, foe, row, show, grow, bestow, chateaux, floe, poh, thibault, hoh, lowe, escrow, rondeau, cloe, chau, ngo, plateau, rho, sgro, snow, nau, loh, joh, noh, crow, dough, flow, plough, co, loew, lo, hoe, cousteau, yau, go, sloe, devaux, hello, kowtow, joe, yoh, stowe, gloe, undergo, loe, outgrow, loewe, cho, yoe, turbot, koh, tso, escoe, gro, perot, roh, tyo, peugeot, beaux, mau, quo, doe, fro, uno, cabo, goh, kyo, inco, sew, ko, ro, luo, stow, nouveau, rideau, au, goe, rowe, glow, roe, kayo, tableaux;
  2. although, miro, renault, arnault, ago, pernod, aglow, arnaud;
  3. imo, eeo, apropos, overflow, taekwondo, ivo;
  4. celo;