Synonyms of low in English

: low1low2

low1


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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’

SYNONYMS
low-lying, ground-level, sea-level, flat
sunken, depressed, subsided, nether
ANTONYMS

high

3‘the low neckline of her blouse’

SYNONYMS
low-cut, skimpy, revealing
plunging

4‘grain prices are still low’

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

expensive, high

5‘her money supplies were low’

SYNONYMS
scarce, scanty, scant, skimpy, meagre, sparse, few, little, paltry, measly, trifling
reduced, depleted, diminished
deficient, inadequate, insufficient
ANTONYMS

plentiful, abundant

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

SYNONYMS
inferior, substandard, poor, bad, low-grade, low-quality, below par, second-rate, inadequate, unacceptable, unsatisfactory, deficient, defective
wanting, lacking, leaving much to be desired
ANTONYMS

superior, high

7‘a woman of low birth’

SYNONYMS
humble, lowly, low-born, low-bred, low-ranking, plebeian, proletarian, peasant, poor
common, ordinary, simple, plain, unpretentious
inferior, subordinate
ANTONYMS

noble, superior

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

SYNONYMS
unambitious, unaspiring, modest
ANTONYMS

high, ambitious

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

SYNONYMS
unfavourable, poor, bad, adverse, negative, hostile
ANTONYMS

good, favourable, high

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

SYNONYMS
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
ANTONYMS

admirable, decent

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

SYNONYMS
crude, coarse, vulgar, indecent, ribald, smutty, bawdy, suggestive, off colour, rude, rough, unrefined, indelicate, improper
gross, obscene, pornographic, offensive, profane, filthy, dirty
informal blue
ANTONYMS

high, exalted

12‘he was speaking in a low voice’

SYNONYMS
quiet, soft, faint, muted, subdued, muffled, hushed, whispered, stifled, murmured, gentle, dulcet, indistinct, inaudible
British quietened
North American quieted
ANTONYMS

loud

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

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

14‘Fran felt low and unhappy’

SYNONYMS
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
ANTONYMS

cheerful


noun

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

SYNONYMS
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