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Synonyms for low

lowest level

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lay someone low

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lie low

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moo

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cut to reveal the wearer's neck, chest, and back

having or proceeding from low moral standards

being a sound produced by a relatively small frequency of vibrations

not irritating, strident, or loud

affected or tending to be affected with minor health problems

a very low level, position, or degree

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an air mass of lower pressure

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

a low level or position or degree

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the lowest forward gear ratio in the gear box of a motor vehicle

make a low noise, characteristic of bovines

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less than normal in degree or intensity or amount

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literal meanings

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very low in volume

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unrefined in character

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used of sounds and voices

of the most contemptible kind

low or inferior in station or quality

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no longer sufficient

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subdued or brought low in condition or status

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9 : not favorable : poor <I have a low opinion of him.
Poisons can have a variety of effects at both high and low doses--whether they trigger release of a hormone, switch a gene on or off, or stimulate cell growth.
Keltan DE291 pellets for applications requiring high flow and high-impact strength, particularly at low temperatures.
In another study, Caldwell & Ginther (1996) found that students from a low socioeconomic background constitute the largest population of individuals considered to be at-risk of not graduating from high school.
Because in our society a training program with a low ROA is generally, and frequently erroneously, regarded as a triumph, I am going to focus on the possible ill effects of a low ROA and on a systematic approach to deliberately raise the ROA for the benefit of the organization.
No clear pattern was apparent for Asian women; the risk of low birth weight was elevated only for immigrants with 13-15 years of schooling (odds ratio, 1.
All components were to be simple in design, maintenance, and operation; have low production and life cycle costs; and be made of readily available, low-cost materials.
SkyEurope, founded in 2001, has brightened Stefanik's dark little corner, operating flights to 13 international destinations for as low as 17 euros.
For dialectics--or the very idea of opposition, resistance, even discomfort--was utterly absent from "High & Low," replaced by a hunky-dory, we're-all-in-this-together model that saw advanced art and modern mass culture constantly borrowing, renewing, and handing back each other's forms without so much as an awkward brush of the shoulders between them.
If you're interested in low-carb baking, get a copy of ``Baking Low Carb,'' by Diana Lee.
The Profiles and Transitions of Groups at Risk of Social Exclusion: Lone Parents, which was authored by Costa Kapsalis and Pierre Tourigny for HRDC and was based on data from the 1993 to 1998 longitudinal panel of the Survey of Labour and Income Dynamics, focussed on lone mothers because they comprise 93 per cent of low income single parents.
Low is largely convincing on these points, but what she fails to do is make it clear that the people who choose to live in gated communities are really any different from people who live in other affluent suburban developments.
When perceived threat was high but perceived efficacy was low, college students denied the risk of skin cancer as a mere exaggeration.
A report published in the May 2002 issue of the Annals of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology suggests that low birth weight also plays a role.