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Synonyms:

pathetic, rugged, late, dishonest, sunken, idiomatic, down in the mouth, gone, offensive, barnyard, economic crisis, ignominious, bay, impoverished, inconsequential, funky, light, all in, unbecoming, menial, buttery, low-set, ignoble, meager, bottommost, salty, condensed, devalued, number one, scurvy, unhappy, in absentia, colloquial, subaltern, unimportant, beneath, eighties, graceless, disordered, inelegant, glaring, reasonable, abridged, dirty, breathless, base, boorish, insensible, first-class honours degree, wiped out, analog, crushed, prostrate, low-lying, mumbling, obscene, control, knee-high, busted, philistine, cool, deep-sea, humiliated, reprehensible, devious, confines, rock bottom, succinct, unavailable, vulgar, run-down, soft, down-and-out, first, low-down, prole, dispirited, grunt, economical, depraved, rudimentary, rotten, ill, precipitous, degraded, moody, wretched, short, subnormal, revolting, sad, atmospheric pressure, hushed, scandalous, blue, broad, raw, lacking, pocket-sized, bottom, start, outlandish, brittle, quagmire, dozy, mild, Celsius, choppy, compact, freshwater, slight, homespun, faint, mortified, grim, gentle, low-pitched, few, narrow, lower, tropical, level, misfortunate, lesser, get-go, standard, centigrade, meaningless, diminished, deficient, petty, only, tawdry, isobar, whispering, budget, fruity, frontal, sotto voce, clingy, piteous, hiss, unscrupulous, loathsome, suffering, mere, cold, proletarian, boundary, sick, baa, quietly, crass, absolute zero, misplaced, equatorial, exhausted, despicable, scanty, croaky, picayune, first gear, F., junior, anticyclone, fluvial, rank, nasty, average, depression, moderate, muted, depleted, baggy, bimetallic strip, lower-class, contrabass, disembodied, drowsy, restriction, sorry, auxiliary, scant, grave, beginning, dejected, petite, bray, quiet, contralto, paltry, cockney, pocket-size, infirm, throaty, gloomy, offset, modest, clean, chintzy, constraint, missing, David Low, coastal, mean, sparse, indelicate, bellow, check, weak, calm, rough, impression, minute, muffled, low-spirited, air pressure, little, cut-rate, heavy, hapless, shameless, chewy, sleazy, rude, grating, inferior, fraudulent, clockwork, languid, humble, fresh, bleak, value, lowset, off-color, derogatory, secondary, belittled, calorific, humbled, wistful, departed, scarce, built, subordinate, outset, unseemly, C, execrable, happy, nether, natural depression, front, reduced, irrelevant, scummy, inadequate, weary, higher, trouble, brazen, runty, breathy, insufficient, popular, deceased, high, lower-ranking, measly, degree, animal, lowly, low-rise, away, subdued, inexpensive, coarse-grained, woeful, deep, in bad taste, automatic, low-end, brutish, casual, caramelized, small, foul, concise, above, minimum, dubious, bargain-basement, corrupt, unpolished, broken, inconsolable, dead, tragedy, clinical depression, minuscule, sorrowful, enfeebled, restraint, meek, contemptible, limit, earthy, puny, stumpy, adenoidal, underslung, ordeal, filthy, downhearted, poor, shabby, cold front, the Gulf Stream, shy, slump, pitiable, profound, bad, crestfallen, garish, bass, lofty, cheapie, upset, sordid, alto, A-line, sickly, nightmare, effete, Fahrenheit, barely, baseborn, button-down, limitation, detestable, commencement, call, vile, fatigued, bark, small-scale, elevated, health, battle, coarse, cordless, down, Sir David Alexander Cecil Low, imprint, unprincipled, crisis, automatically, briny, downcast, backless, clever, dull, curt, pitiful, low-toned, diminutive, minor, tender, below, feeble, kickoff, bleat, deceitful, wasted, broken in, embarrassed, ailing, profane, crude, croak, delicate, number 1, gaudy, absent, affordable, tasteless, classical, exacting, range, low gear, unattainable, disgusting, stress, melancholy, lost, low-level, squalid, praise, depressive disorder, undignified, brief, confused, superficial, moo, appealing, tactless, junior-grade, sleepy, homesick, barbaric, good, repulsive, gross, forward, deplorable, button-through, ill-bred, repellent, over, miserable, unconsidered, destroy, clumsy, cunning, frail, untruthful, abject, unrefined, right, cream, depressed, unhopeful, unkept, plebeian, starting time, under, asleep, indisposed, advanced, crisp, boiling point, overcome, flat, clipped, baritone, infamous, chilled, lifeless, tired, forlorn, crispy, squat, first base, common, double-bass, classically, debased, boot-cut, cheap, monotone, best.

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Examples of usage for low:

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

Rhymes for low:

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

Idioms for low:

  1. hunt/ search high and low
  2. run low
  3. low on the totem pole
  4. search high and low
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