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Correct spelling:
low
Definition:
strong imp. of Laugh.

What does the acronym low stand for?

LOW abbreviation definitions:
–  Lowes Companies, Inc.
–  Last Oil Well

Synonyms:

adjective
abject
outcast, fawning, groveling.
all
low.
blue
down in the dumps.
cheap
low-cost.
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.
cowardly
recreant, yellow.
crestfallen
taken down, chapfallen, cast down, singing the blues, in a funk, ass in a sling.
crude, vulgar
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.
deep
subterranean, bass, fathomless, subaqueous, full-toned, low-toned, under ground, baritone, downreaching, extreme, inmost.
dejected
atrabilious, Mopish, all torn up, broody, bummed out, in the pits, doleful, shot down, mopey.
depressed
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.
despicable
repulsive, contemptible, vile, low-life, lowlife, mean, revolting, shabby, loathsome, offensive, despicable, repellent, reprehensible.
dirty
indecent, uncleanly.
disappointed
crestfallen.
disreputable
sleazy.
downcast
down-in-the-mouth.
dull
witless, indolent, opaque, shallow, matte, toned-down, hazy, not bright, shallower, Numskulled, dun, unlit, halfbaked, subfusc, unintellectual.
economical
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.
evil
unpropitious, no good, maleficent, heinous.
feeble
sapless, enervated, lame, in firm, out of gas, impotent, wimpy, Strengthless, helpless, anemic, fragile, inefficient, insufficient.
flat
punctured, laid low, oblate, splay, spread out, planate, tabular, recumbent, Complanate, outstretched, plane.
guttural
glottal, gravelly.
hateful
malicious.
heartsick
heartsick.
humble
trivial, unpretentious, unassuming, Low-born, proletarian, low-ranking.
imperfect
junker, minus, two bit, lemon, bottom of barrel, bottom-of-barrel, incomplete, few bugs, inexact.
insufficient
inadequate.
little
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.
lousy
shoddy, unwelcome, slovenly, secondrate, second-rate, second rate.
low
squat, level, stumpy, flat, bottom, short, deep.
low-cost
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
lower, second class, second-class, pared down, junior, lower rung.
lowly
unwashed, reverential, lowborn.
mean
down-at-heel, down at heel.
necessitous
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.
not loud
hushed, gentle, subdued, muted, whispered, muffled, quiet, soft.
pitiful
tearful, pitiable.
poor
necessitous, poorer, beggarly, moneyless, in want, truly needy, empty-handed, stone broke, Beggared, dirt poor, unprosperous, behind eight ball, Fortuneless, in need, flat broke.
quiet
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.
recreant
pigeonhearted, meanspirited, falsehearted.
reduced; mediocre
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.
ruthful
ruthful.
seamy
seamy.
servile
unresisting, eating humble pie.
short
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.
sickly
in poor health, sickish, laid-low, peaky, bilious, out of shape, out of action.
silent
quiet, inaudible.
simple
moderate, economical, inexpensive.
slow
slowest, impeded, long delayed, unpunctual, long-delayed, behindhand, time-consuming, draggy.
small-time
small time.
sneaky
snide, Double dealing.
soft
understated, low key, softer, shaded.
soft-spoken
low-keyed.
sorry
bad.
subordinate
subber, Subalternate, adjuvant, underaverage, subnormal, Substract.
sullen
glum.
tasteless
low-down-and-dirty.
tenebrific
tenebrific.
unimportant
unimportant, superficial, of no consequence/of little consequence, meaningless, inconsequential, unconsidered, irrelevant.
unjust
unfair.
vulgar
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.
weak
weakest, unaccented, reedy, unstressed.
woebegone
woebegone.
adverb
beastly
Ferine, brutish, swinish.
under
in the power of.
adverb
all
low.
beastly
inhuman, monstrous.
under
governed, subsumed.
noun
attribute
low.
faint
dizzy, sick, ill, feeble, weak.
inferior
substandard.
in low spirits
unhappy, melancholic, dull, happy, desolate, spiritless, wistful, tristful, heavy-hearted, dysphoric, sad, melancholy.
low
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.
person
Sir David Alexander cecil low, David Low, Sir David Low, low.
state
depression, low.
tired
drowsy, sleepy, fatigued, on your last legs, all in, run down, tired, exhausted, weary, dozy.
verb
communication
low, moo.
elevated
high.
quiet
hushed, quiet.
Examples of usage:
  1. I was near, but he talked low, and I could only hear the name." – Jess by H. Rider Haggard
  2. " You must be good to her, Tom," said Crailey then, in a very low voice. – The Two Vanrevels by Booth Tarkington
  3. We shall wait for you here, said Tiel in a low voice, but don't be longer than you can help. – The Spy in Black by J. Storer Clouston
  4. " She did when she said I drawed first," said Loudon in a low voice. – Paradise Bend by William Patterson White
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