Synonyms of low in English

: low1low2

low1


See definition of low

adjective

1‘a low fence’

SYNONYMS

short, small, little

squat, stubby, stunted, truncated, dwarfish, knee-high

shallow

ANTONYMS

high

2‘a narrow tract of low land’

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low-lying, ground-level, sea-level, flat

sunken, depressed, subsided, nether

ANTONYMS

high

3‘the low neckline of her blouse’

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low-cut, skimpy, revealing

plunging

4‘grain prices are still low’

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cheap, inexpensive, low-priced, low-cost, economical, moderate, reasonable, modest, bargain, cut-price, bargain-basement, rock-bottom

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expensive, high

5‘her money supplies were low’

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scarce, scanty, scant, skimpy, meagre, sparse, few, little, paltry, measly, trifling

reduced, depleted, diminished

deficient, inadequate, insufficient

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plentiful, abundant

6‘much of the work was of a very low standard’

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inferior, substandard, poor, bad, low-grade, low-quality, below par, second-rate, inadequate, unacceptable, unsatisfactory, deficient, defective

wanting, lacking, leaving much to be desired

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superior, high

7‘a woman of low birth’

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humble, lowly, low-born, low-bred, low-ranking, plebeian, proletarian, peasant, poor

common, ordinary, simple, plain, unpretentious

inferior, subordinate

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noble, superior

8‘adults have low expectations of children's ability to explain things’

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unambitious, unaspiring, modest

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high, ambitious

9‘most Americans have a low opinion of New York City’

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unfavourable, poor, bad, adverse, negative, hostile

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good, favourable, high

10‘she considered it a rather low thing to have done’

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despicable, contemptible, reprehensible, lamentable, disgusting, shameful, mean, abject, unworthy, shabby, uncharitable, base, dishonourable, unprincipled, ignoble, sordid, wretched

nasty, cruel, foul, bad, wrong, immoral, vile

informal rotten, beastly, low-down

archaic dastardly, scurvy

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admirable, decent

11‘down-at-heel theatres that put on low comedy’

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crude, coarse, vulgar, indecent, ribald, smutty, bawdy, suggestive, off colour, rude, rough, unrefined, indelicate, improper

gross, obscene, pornographic, offensive, profane, filthy, dirty

informal blue

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high, exalted

12‘he was speaking in a low voice’

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quiet, soft, faint, muted, subdued, muffled, hushed, quietened, whispered, stifled, murmured, gentle, dulcet, indistinct, inaudible

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loud

13‘going from a low note to a high note without using valves is difficult’

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bass, low-pitched, deep, deep-toned, low-toned, full-toned, resonant, rich, rumbling, booming, resounding, sonorous

14‘Fran felt low and unhappy’

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depressed, dejected, despondent, downhearted, downcast, low-spirited, down, sorrowful, gloomy, glum, unhappy, sad, melancholy, blue, fed up, morose, moody, miserable, dismal, heavy-hearted, mournful, forlorn, woebegone

disheartened, discouraged, crestfallen, dispirited, without energy, enervated, flat, sapped, weary

ill, unwell, poorly, out of sorts

informal down in the mouth, down in the dumps

British informal brassed off, cheesed off

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cheerful


noun

1‘the news caused the dollar to fall to an all-time low’

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nadir, low point, lowest point, all-time low, lowest level, low-water mark, bottom, rock bottom

ANTONYMS

zenith, acme


Synonyms of low in English

: low1low2

low2


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verb

1‘the sound of cattle lowing’

SYNONYMS

moo, bellow