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What does the acronym low stand for?
LOW abbreviation definitions:
outcast, fawning, groveling.
down in the dumps.
close to the ground; short
deep, low-lying, minor, nether, decumbent, shallow, beneath, inferior, lesser, stunted, subjacent, below, ground-level, bottom, squat, sunken, prostrate, low-set, lowering, small, under, not high, level, squatty, little, junior, Subsided, profound, low-hanging, rock-bottom, unelevated, depressed, flat, bottommost, crouched.
taken down, chapfallen, cast down, singing the blues, in a funk, ass in a sling.
degraded, menial, mean, obscene, offensive, raw, unbecoming, ignoble, depraved, common, nasty, disreputable, scrubby, off-color, abject, wretched, crass, unworthy, miserable, woebegone, blue, disgraceful, crumby, dishonorable, rude, contemptible, gross, despicable, dastardly, sordid, base, servile, unrefined, uncouth, scurvy, inelegant, ill-bred, scruffy, woeful, vile, coarse, undignified, rough.
subterranean, bass, fathomless, subaqueous, full-toned, low-toned, under ground, baritone, downreaching, extreme, inmost.
atrabilious, Mopish, all torn up, broody, bummed out, in the pits, doleful, shot down, mopey.
torn up, in pain, despondent, Dragged, forlorn, spiritless, low-down, cast-down, fed up, moody, disheartened, in a blue funk, on a downer, sad, in the dumps, glum, in the pits, tristful, gloomy, down and out, bad, down, downhearted, dysphoric, singing the blues, downcast, melancholic, morose, dejected, crestfallen, in the toilet, unhappy, down in the dumps, down in the mouth.
repulsive, contemptible, vile, low-life, lowlife, mean, revolting, shabby, loathsome, offensive, despicable, repellent, reprehensible.
witless, indolent, opaque, shallow, matte, toned-down, hazy, not bright, shallower, Numskulled, dun, unlit, halfbaked, subfusc, unintellectual.
marked down, cost next to nothing, bought for a song, quite a buy, dirt cheap, low tariff, cost nothing, on sale, dog cheap, cut rate.
unpropitious, no good, maleficent, heinous.
sapless, enervated, lame, in firm, out of gas, impotent, wimpy, Strengthless, helpless, anemic, fragile, inefficient, insufficient.
punctured, laid low, oblate, splay, spread out, planate, tabular, recumbent, Complanate, outstretched, plane.
trivial, unpretentious, unassuming, Low-born, proletarian, low-ranking.
junker, minus, two bit, lemon, bottom of barrel, bottom-of-barrel, incomplete, few bugs, inexact.
meager, succinct, paltry, small, compact, brief, minute, scanty, diminutive, little, few, puny, delicate, narrow, short, concise.
living in, coming from poor circumstances
lowborn, meek, obscure, plebeian, unwashed, plain, simple, lowly, unpretentious, baseborn, humble.
shoddy, unwelcome, slovenly, secondrate, second-rate, second rate.
squat, level, stumpy, flat, bottom, short, deep.
half-priced, lowered, cut-price, undear, worth the money, cheapo, saler, uncostly, bargain-basement, easy on the pocketbook, cut price, at a bargain, bargain-counter.
lower, second class, second-class, pared down, junior, lower rung.
unwashed, reverential, lowborn.
down-at-heel, down at heel.
on one's uppers, on uppers.
not feeling well
dying, sick, sickly, frail, ill, debilitated, dizzy, stricken, exhausted, feeble, indisposed, weak, unwell, sinking, reduced, faint, ailing, poorly.
hushed, gentle, subdued, muted, whispered, muffled, quiet, soft.
necessitous, poorer, beggarly, moneyless, in want, truly needy, empty-handed, stone broke, Beggared, dirt poor, unprosperous, behind eight ball, Fortuneless, in need, flat broke.
soft-spoken, faint, hushful, mumbling, muffled, sotto voce, Quieter, quietest, soft, unspeaking, whist, could hear a pin drop, clammed up, not saying boo, buttoned up, whispering, Inobtrusive.
pigeonhearted, meanspirited, falsehearted.
cheap, substandard, nominal, sparse, second-rate, economical, trifling, low-grade, paltry, modest, cut-rate, uncostly, depleted, puny, worthless, reasonable, poor, shoddy, deficient, slashed, inadequate, inexpensive, scant, insignificant, moderate, marked down, meager, cut.
unresisting, eating humble pie.
concise, little, not long, condensed, sawed-off, picayune, squatty, compact, pocket-sized, short, petite, shortest, stumpy, squat, brief, curt, runty, pint-sized, puny, close to the ground, succinct, abridged, small, clipped.
in poor health, sickish, laid-low, peaky, bilious, out of shape, out of action.
moderate, economical, inexpensive.
slowest, impeded, long delayed, unpunctual, long-delayed, behindhand, time-consuming, draggy.
snide, Double dealing.
understated, low key, softer, shaded.
subber, Subalternate, adjuvant, underaverage, subnormal, Substract.
unimportant, superficial, of no consequence/of little consequence, meaningless, inconsequential, unconsidered, irrelevant.
coarse-grained, unpolished, ill-bred, rude, broad, repulsive, soft-core, unseemly, in bad taste, boorish, animal, brutish, tawdry, gaudy, outlandish, crass, barbaric, indelicate, profane, shameless, hard core, idiomatic, barnyard, obscene, gross, colloquial, unrefined, crude, unbecoming, scandalous, offensive, sordid, rank, earthy, tasteless, homespun, raw, brazen, depraved, revolting, cockney, glaring, inelegant, undignified, rough, tactless, cheap, ignoble, base, run of the mill, degraded, graceless, sleazy, garish, salty, chintzy, garden variety, philistine, vulgar, ignominious, clumsy, common, coarse.
weakest, unaccented, reedy, unstressed.
Ferine, brutish, swinish.
in the power of.
dizzy, sick, ill, feeble, weak.
in low spirits
unhappy, melancholic, dull, happy, desolate, spiritless, wistful, tristful, heavy-hearted, dysphoric, sad, melancholy.
deep, low-spirited, low-level, blue, double bass, dejected, first gear, reduced, humbled, debased, humble, poor, downcast, Sir David Alexander cecil low, lowly, under, down, degraded, low-pitched, down in the mouth, unrefined, deficient, throaty, modest, underslung, first, depression, lowset, alto, depressed, soft, scurvy, moo, forward, bass, small, low gear, low-lying, low-set, broken, depleted, nether, contemptible, David Low, contralto, devalued, crushed, low-toned, humiliated, insufficient, abject, contrabass, miserable, squat, scummy, downhearted, baritone, dispirited, low-down.
Sir David Alexander cecil low, David Low, Sir David Low, low.
drowsy, sleepy, fatigued, on your last legs, all in, run down, tired, exhausted, weary, dozy.
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– The Two Vanrevels by Booth Tarkington
– The Spy in Black by J. Storer Clouston
– Paradise Bend by William Patterson White