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Synonyms for low
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English Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. low

    Synonyms:
    base, deep, degraded, depressed, dwarfed, inferior, mean, short, stunted

    Antonyms:
    elevated, eminent, exalted, high, lofty, noble, proud, steep, tall, towering, uplifted

Princeton's WordNet

  1. low, depressionnoun

    an air mass of lower pressure; often brings precipitation

    "a low moved in over night bringing sleet and snow"

    Synonyms:
    depression, first gear, impression, economic crisis, low gear, depressive disorder, imprint, slump, first, natural depression, clinical depression

    Antonyms:
    high, overlooking, nasal, soprano, soaring, superior, commanding, spiky, tenor, higher(a), elated, upper, screaky, high-top, alto, last, shrill, towering, broad(a), falsetto, estimable, treble, squeaking, sopranino, steep, high-altitude, pinched, full(a), altissimo, eminent, utmost, graduate(a), high-stepped, screechy, postgraduate, adenoidal, dominating, refined, squeaky, high-topped, peaky, proud, altitudinous, high-pitched, sufficient, countertenor, squealing, lofty, high-level, high-stepping, sharp, advanced, loud

  2. Low, David Low, Sir David Low, Sir David Alexander Cecil Lownoun

    British political cartoonist (born in New Zealand) who created the character Colonel Blimp (1891-1963)

    Synonyms:
    first, depression, low gear, first gear

    Antonyms:
    high, towering, utmost, loud, squeaking, elated, treble, eminent, screaky, full(a), countertenor, tenor, alto, high-stepped, sharp, proud, dominating, postgraduate, broad(a), altitudinous, peaky, advanced, high-top, soaring, shrill, lofty, high-pitched, high-level, sopranino, higher(a), overlooking, squeaky, high-stepping, graduate(a), refined, pinched, screechy, squealing, soprano, falsetto, upper, superior, last, altissimo, adenoidal, high-topped, commanding, steep, high-altitude, sufficient, estimable, nasal, spiky

  3. lownoun

    a low level or position or degree

    "the stock market fell to a new low"

    Synonyms:
    first, depression, low gear, first gear

    Antonyms:
    high, sharp, higher(a), spiky, pinched, broad(a), soprano, refined, high-stepped, superior, squeaking, lofty, adenoidal, elated, shrill, peaky, full(a), countertenor, high-stepping, graduate(a), sufficient, falsetto, steep, tenor, alto, soaring, postgraduate, dominating, loud, high-topped, treble, last, screaky, altissimo, high-top, squeaky, nasal, altitudinous, overlooking, utmost, towering, commanding, proud, high-altitude, eminent, sopranino, upper, screechy, estimable, advanced, high-level, high-pitched, squealing

  4. first gear, first, low gear, lowadjective

    the lowest forward gear ratio in the gear box of a motor vehicle; used to start a car moving

    Synonyms:
    outset, number one, first, starting time, low gear, first-class honours degree, first gear, first base, commencement, start, get-go, kickoff, number 1, depression, showtime, offset, beginning

    Antonyms:
    high, overlooking, altitudinous, adenoidal, altissimo, soaring, high-top, upper, alto, screaky, steep, squeaky, towering, last, shrill, higher(a), commanding, refined, spiky, peaky, pinched, squeaking, nasal, tenor, falsetto, dominating, high-topped, countertenor, loud, high-pitched, superior, soprano, squealing, sopranino, eminent, sharp, broad(a), proud, postgraduate, high-level, elated, utmost, full(a), high-stepped, treble, lofty, screechy, estimable, sufficient, advanced, high-altitude, graduate(a), high-stepping

  5. lowadjective

    less than normal in degree or intensity or amount

    "low prices"; "the reservoir is low"

    Synonyms:
    crushed, scurvy, dispirited, gloomy, downhearted, abject, downcast, grim, down in the mouth, humble, miserable, lowly, low-pitched, modest, scummy, blue, down(p), broken, depressed, low-spirited, small, humbled, low-toned, depleted, low-down, humiliated

    Antonyms:
    high, peaky, countertenor, high-stepping, squealing, elated, tenor, graduate(a), loud, overlooking, squeaky, higher(a), eminent, alto, broad(a), high-altitude, sopranino, spiky, superior, altitudinous, soprano, commanding, pinched, high-stepped, soaring, treble, upper, altissimo, refined, last, towering, advanced, screaky, high-level, shrill, high-top, sharp, utmost, postgraduate, dominating, steep, proud, squeaking, lofty, estimable, screechy, high-pitched, nasal, falsetto, sufficient, high-topped, full(a), adenoidal

  6. lowadjective

    literal meanings; being at or having a relatively small elevation or upward extension

    "low ceilings"; "low clouds"; "low hills"; "the sun is low"; "low furniture"; "a low bow"

    Synonyms:
    crushed, scurvy, dispirited, gloomy, downhearted, abject, downcast, grim, down in the mouth, humble, miserable, lowly, low-pitched, modest, scummy, blue, down(p), broken, depressed, low-spirited, small, humbled, low-toned, depleted, low-down, humiliated

    Antonyms:
    high, altitudinous, sharp, falsetto, eminent, alto, nasal, soprano, higher(a), soaring, shrill, high-pitched, spiky, graduate(a), high-stepped, loud, postgraduate, lofty, high-stepping, upper, advanced, commanding, refined, sufficient, peaky, squeaky, high-level, countertenor, estimable, squealing, superior, screechy, towering, high-top, altissimo, steep, squeaking, utmost, screaky, tenor, dominating, last, proud, high-altitude, broad(a), sopranino, full(a), adenoidal, elated, high-topped, pinched, overlooking, treble

  7. low, low-tonedadjective

    very low in volume

    "a low murmur"; "the low-toned murmur of the surf"

    Synonyms:
    crushed, scurvy, dispirited, gloomy, downhearted, abject, downcast, grim, down in the mouth, humble, miserable, lowly, low-pitched, modest, scummy, blue, down(p), broken, depressed, low-spirited, small, humbled, low-toned, depleted, low-down, humiliated

    Antonyms:
    high, overlooking, steep, countertenor, falsetto, squealing, screaky, sharp, loud, utmost, high-topped, high-altitude, postgraduate, higher(a), treble, shrill, high-stepping, broad(a), squeaky, lofty, upper, sopranino, squeaking, towering, full(a), nasal, soprano, tenor, high-top, spiky, sufficient, alto, pinched, last, dominating, elated, high-level, high-pitched, advanced, refined, commanding, high-stepped, altissimo, adenoidal, screechy, estimable, peaky, soaring, superior, eminent, altitudinous, graduate(a), proud

  8. lowadjective

    unrefined in character

    "low comedy"

    Synonyms:
    crushed, scurvy, dispirited, gloomy, downhearted, abject, downcast, grim, down in the mouth, humble, miserable, lowly, low-pitched, modest, scummy, blue, down(p), broken, depressed, low-spirited, small, humbled, low-toned, depleted, low-down, humiliated

    Antonyms:
    high, elated, spiky, sufficient, squealing, steep, eminent, higher(a), advanced, lofty, soprano, shrill, last, loud, proud, tenor, alto, squeaky, utmost, sharp, dominating, high-top, sopranino, high-altitude, screechy, upper, high-topped, soaring, high-pitched, superior, altitudinous, postgraduate, overlooking, broad(a), nasal, refined, pinched, peaky, falsetto, graduate(a), screaky, high-level, estimable, countertenor, high-stepping, high-stepped, towering, altissimo, treble, full(a), commanding, squeaking, adenoidal

  9. low, low-pitchedadjective

    used of sounds and voices; low in pitch or frequency

    Synonyms:
    crushed, scurvy, dispirited, gloomy, downhearted, abject, downcast, grim, down in the mouth, humble, miserable, lowly, low-pitched, modest, scummy, blue, down(p), broken, depressed, low-spirited, small, humbled, low-toned, depleted, low-down, humiliated

    Antonyms:
    high, higher(a), upper, screaky, soprano, pinched, broad(a), soaring, squeaky, alto, sharp, towering, falsetto, peaky, utmost, countertenor, altissimo, high-top, sopranino, tenor, treble, nasal, refined, high-level, altitudinous, superior, squeaking, elated, overlooking, screechy, squealing, postgraduate, loud, shrill, commanding, high-stepping, adenoidal, high-pitched, last, estimable, high-topped, full(a), high-altitude, steep, high-stepped, advanced, dominating, spiky, sufficient, lofty, proud, graduate(a), eminent

  10. abject, low, low-down, miserable, scummy, scurvyadjective

    of the most contemptible kind

    "abject cowardice"; "a low stunt to pull"; "a low-down sneak"; "his miserable treatment of his family"; "You miserable skunk!"; "a scummy rabble"; "a scurvy trick"

    Synonyms:
    down(p), dispirited, small, downcast, paltry, deplorable, scummy, modest, execrable, suffering, scurvy, unhopeful, humbled, low-down, miserable, lowly, broken, down in the mouth, blue, humble, downhearted, grim, low-toned, low-pitched, piteous, hapless, misfortunate, pitiable, depleted, crushed, measly, poor, funky, pathetic, wretched, pitiful, gloomy, abject, woeful, depressed, low-spirited, humiliated

    Antonyms:
    high, altitudinous, alto, squeaking, commanding, countertenor, broad(a), altissimo, treble, squealing, last, soaring, high-stepped, higher(a), tenor, high-topped, high-pitched, screechy, eminent, towering, proud, full(a), sufficient, nasal, screaky, pinched, sopranino, postgraduate, refined, high-stepping, steep, lofty, upper, superior, high-top, graduate(a), utmost, loud, soprano, falsetto, spiky, high-altitude, dominating, elated, high-level, squeaky, peaky, shrill, sharp, advanced, overlooking, estimable, adenoidal

  11. humble, low, lowly, modest, smalladjective

    low or inferior in station or quality

    "a humble cottage"; "a lowly parish priest"; "a modest man of the people"; "small beginnings"

    Synonyms:
    down(p), dispirited, minor, small, downcast, subaltern, scummy, base, baseborn, low-down, modest, petty(a), scurvy, pocket-sized, lower-ranking, secondary, humbled, gloomy, miserable, lowly, broken, small(a), down in the mouth, blue, humble, downhearted, grim, meek, low-toned, low-pitched, little, menial, pocket-size, small-scale, depleted, crushed, mild, junior-grade, diminished, abject, depressed, minuscule, low-spirited, belittled, humiliated

    Antonyms:
    high, elated, higher(a), squealing, countertenor, eminent, lofty, high-pitched, tenor, peaky, nasal, screaky, high-stepping, superior, graduate(a), high-altitude, adenoidal, postgraduate, full(a), sharp, screechy, advanced, alto, soaring, altitudinous, sopranino, refined, spiky, squeaking, broad(a), soprano, high-topped, high-stepped, altissimo, treble, high-top, towering, high-level, sufficient, overlooking, commanding, shrill, pinched, dominating, squeaky, utmost, loud, steep, proud, falsetto, last, upper, estimable

  12. depleted, lowadjective

    no longer sufficient

    "supplies are low"; "our funds are depleted"

    Synonyms:
    crushed, scurvy, dispirited, gloomy, downhearted, low-spirited, abject, downcast, humiliated, down in the mouth, humble, miserable, lowly, low-pitched, modest, scummy, blue, down(p), broken, depressed, grim, small, humbled, low-toned, depleted, low-down

    Antonyms:
    high, tenor, screechy, squealing, high-stepped, treble, overlooking, full(a), soaring, high-altitude, high-stepping, steep, proud, shrill, sharp, last, spiky, towering, refined, elated, squeaky, higher(a), pinched, estimable, dominating, loud, sopranino, high-pitched, soprano, screaky, countertenor, high-level, upper, advanced, squeaking, altitudinous, eminent, adenoidal, commanding, high-topped, broad(a), utmost, high-top, lofty, graduate(a), alto, peaky, falsetto, postgraduate, altissimo, sufficient, superior, nasal

  13. broken, crushed, humbled, humiliated, lowadjective

    subdued or brought low in condition or status

    "brought low"; "a broken man"; "his broken spirit"

    Synonyms:
    down(p), dispirited, small, downcast, rugged, impoverished, scummy, broken in, mortified, modest, unkept, scurvy, humbled, low-down, miserable, lowly, broken, disordered, down in the mouth, blue, humble, wiped out(p), downhearted, grim, low-toned, low-pitched, depleted, crushed, upset, abject, gloomy, embarrassed, depressed, busted, confused, low-spirited, humiliated

    Antonyms:
    high, sufficient, squealing, proud, high-top, tenor, spiky, overlooking, elated, full(a), commanding, refined, pinched, eminent, upper, peaky, high-pitched, steep, sopranino, towering, utmost, estimable, altissimo, postgraduate, shrill, squeaky, high-level, lofty, soaring, dominating, treble, graduate(a), soprano, screechy, nasal, alto, high-stepped, advanced, high-stepping, high-altitude, high-topped, screaky, squeaking, altitudinous, countertenor, last, higher(a), superior, sharp, falsetto, adenoidal, loud, broad(a)

  14. gloomy, grim, blue, depressed, dispirited, down(p), downcast, downhearted, down in the mouth, low, low-spiritedverb

    filled with melancholy and despondency

    "gloomy at the thought of what he had to face"; "gloomy predictions"; "a gloomy silence"; "took a grim view of the economy"; "the darkening mood"; "lonely and blue in a strange city"; "depressed by the loss of his job"; "a dispirited and resigned expression on her face"; "downcast after his defeat"; "feeling discouraged and downhearted"

    Antonyms:
    high, soprano, high-pitched, overlooking, alto, full(a), steep, lofty, altissimo, sufficient, higher(a), squeaking, falsetto, sopranino, proud, dominating, eminent, graduate(a), broad(a), towering, postgraduate, spiky, screaky, loud, sharp, elated, peaky, estimable, soaring, last, screechy, tenor, shrill, superior, high-topped, high-altitude, squealing, utmost, squeaky, high-stepped, pinched, adenoidal, high-stepping, refined, high-level, countertenor, nasal, treble, commanding, advanced, high-top, altitudinous, upper

  15. moo, lowadverb

    make a low noise, characteristic of bovines

    Synonyms:
    moo

    Antonyms:
    high, lofty, falsetto, peaky, tenor, loud, towering, eminent, altissimo, adenoidal, countertenor, high-stepping, sopranino, altitudinous, elated, superior, squealing, screaky, higher(a), refined, high-altitude, dominating, full(a), soprano, graduate(a), spiky, high-top, estimable, upper, nasal, squeaky, sufficient, high-pitched, shrill, broad(a), high-topped, sharp, soaring, last, treble, squeaking, proud, screechy, pinched, postgraduate, utmost, steep, alto, high-level, high-stepped, overlooking, advanced, commanding

  16. lowadverb

    in a low position; near the ground

    "the branches hung low"

    Antonyms:
    high, towering, proud, altitudinous, broad(a), nasal, screechy, high-stepping, sufficient, loud, overlooking, shrill, altissimo, soaring, pinched, superior, commanding, squeaky, higher(a), eminent, tenor, alto, last, high-topped, upper, soprano, squeaking, treble, full(a), lofty, high-top, utmost, refined, high-pitched, spiky, elated, screaky, dominating, high-stepped, high-altitude, high-level, sopranino, postgraduate, adenoidal, graduate(a), countertenor, falsetto, peaky, advanced, steep, squealing, estimable, sharp

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Dictionary of English Synonymes

  1. lowadjective

    Synonyms:
    depressed, not high, not elevated, of little height

  2. lowadjective

    Synonyms:
    not acute, shrill, or sharp; grave

  3. lowadjective

    Synonyms:
    cheap, not dear, reasonable

  4. lowadjective

    Synonyms:
    ignoble, abject, degraded, servile, slavish, menial, mean, base, plebeian, vulgar, untitled, base-born, common

  5. lowadjective

    Synonyms:
    undignified, grovelling, vile, base-minded, low-minded, shabby, scurvy, dirty

  6. lowadjective

    Synonyms:
    dishonorable, disreputable, derogatory, unhandsome, unbecoming, disgraceful, unmanly, ungentlemanly

  7. lowadjective

    Synonyms:
    moderate, not great, not intense

  8. lowadjective

    Synonyms:
    weak, exhausted, reduced, feeble

  9. lowadjective

    Synonyms:
    plain, simple, not luxurious, not rich

  10. lowadjective

    Synonyms:
    with little elevation

  11. lowadjective

    Synonyms:
    near the ground

  12. lowadjective

    Synonyms:
    to a reduced state, in a low condition

  13. lowadjective

    Synonyms:
    softly, in a low tone, not loudly

  14. lowadjective

    Synonyms:
    cheaply, at a moderate price

  15. lowverb

    Synonyms:
    bellow, moo

  16. lownoun

    Synonyms:
    moo, lowing

Synonyms, Antonyms & Associated Words

  1. lowadjective

    Synonyms:
    depressed, base, mean, vulgar, raffish, ignominious, undignified, moderate, reasonable, cheap, humble, lowly, obscure, feeble, faint, weak, subdued, grave, gentle, ignoble, groveling, abject, degraded, servile, menial, sordid, base

  2. lowadverb

    Synonyms:
    softly, sotto voce

  3. lowverb

    Synonyms:
    moo

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How to use low in a sentence?

  1. Saadia Maalim Mohamed:

    The school calendar is based around rainfall patterns, learning takes place during the rainy season when labor demand on the children is low and movement of communities is minimal.

  2. Mike Pence:

    Our best estimate is that the threat to the American public... remains low, in the days ahead we're going to make sure that the full resources of the federal government continue to be brought to bear in confronting the coronavirus here at home.

  3. Taylor Swift:

    A couple of years ago, someone called me a snake on social media and it caught on. And then a lot of people called me a lot of names on social media. And I went through some really low times for a while because of it, i went through sometimes when I didn’t know if I was gonna get to do this anymore.

  4. Goldman Sachs:

    Whether in autos, capital goods, basic materials, or utilities, both the opportunities and risks associated with spreading low carbon technologies and tightening emissions regulations have become too big to ignore.

  5. Gavin Parry:

    We're post 'Japan Inc' earnings now and the focus is back on China where local brokers are talking about market reforms, many of which will have a direct market impact,, there's also a continued focus on the U.S. Federal Reserve, with a lot of sell-side banter about quantifying what level of rate increases brokers are expecting. The shortened trading week should mean low volume with a very domestica focus, but the long-term outlook is still good for the Nikkei as long as the yen continues to weaken against the dollar.

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