What is another word for low?116 synonyms found
Pronunciation:[ l_ˈəʊ], [ lˈə͡ʊ], [ lˈəʊ]
Table of ContentsSimilar words for low:
- close to the ground; short (adjective)
- crude, vulgar (adjective)
- deep (adjective)
- depressed (adjective)
- despicable (adjective)
- disreputable (adjective)
- evil (adjective)
- little (adjective)
- living in, coming from poor circumstances (adjective)
- lousy (adjective)
- low (adjective)
- not loud (adjective)
- poor (adjective)
- quiet (adjective)
- reduced; mediocre (adjective)
- short (adjective)
- sneaky (adjective)
- beastly (adverb)
- beastly (adverb)
- low (noun)
- communication (verb)
- other synonyms
- close to the ground; short
- crude, vulgar
- living in, coming from poor circumstances
- not feeling well
- not loud
- reduced; mediocre
- other antonyms
Definition for Low:
- 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 for Low:
adj.•close to the ground; short (adjective)
Paraphrases for Low:
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lower-, lower-level, slight, narrow, low-dollar, feeble, insignificant, scarce, low-standard, faint, scant, sluggish, slow, marginal, downward, negligible, low-growing, low-wage, low-risk, low-priced, mediocre, frail, Slumping, restricted, affordable, infrequent, substandard, tenuous, weakly, paltry, deficient, below, low-value, unimportant, disadvantaged.
decreases, limitations, weaknesses, differences, downturns, bottoms, Guidelines, Publications, stockings, Animals, Downs, points, footnotes, Casualties, Foods, methods, settings, Valleys, brackets, Subsidies, trousers, SOCKS, Patches, cases, Bases, men, cuts, Bas.
Verb, gerund or present participle
farrowing, Indicating, holding, lacking, flying, Occurring, exercising, remaining, Undergoing, Receiving, underlying, according, being, going, Doing, using.
Verb, past participle
fallen, dipped, constrained, associated, Compared, deprived, subdued, Screwed, kept.
Verb, base form
- Foreign word
low-level, low-lying, lowly, modest, hollow, low-cost, low-income, low-altitude, low-voltage, low-grade, low-key, inexpensive, lower-income, lowest.
Proper noun, singular
Verb, gerund or present participle
Verb, 3rd person singular present
Antonyms for Low:
close to the ground; short
decent, respectable, above, rich, huge, happy, honest, important, moral, healthy, raised, honorable, elevated, big, tall, strong, increased, well, cheerful, upright, prominent, enormous, immense, large, gay.
living in, coming from poor circumstances
complex, intricate, complicated, decorated, unclear, embellished, difficult, ornate.
full, great, outrageous, significant, sufficient, superior, excessive, unlimited, wealthy, worthy.
competent, current, blameless, zippy, gladdened, courtly, expensive, excellent, upraised, quick, invaluable, careless, frisky, glad, ripe, grinning, irreproachable, jovial, plenteous, urbane, considerable, involved, capable, enough, piping, prohibitory, overflowing, sturdy, laughing, jocular, bounteous, liberal, mirthful, high-ticket, exultant, enlarged, content, excited, animated, civilized, virile, elegant, satisfactory, bouncing, raucous, Sprightful, thoughtful, strapping, bulky, graceful, lavish, dear, energetic, able-bodied, hopeful, statuesque, upper crust, red-blooded, smooth, expanded, living, gratified, exemplary, husky, cultured, full-blown, perky, noisy, beefy, vigorous, mod, now, lightsome, acute, notable, rangy, lanky, athletic, contemporary, inflated, teeming, jocose, latest, high-rise, stalwart, jumbo, lusty, thrilled, beaming, heartened, proud, highest, hardy, gangling, largish, outsize, estimable, ample, alive, carefree, brazen, boon, sopranino, jubilant, Peeping, jolly, polar, animate, super, harsh, tolerable, vital, cultivated, tough, hale, present-day, new, obstreperous, novel, enlightened, high-minded, muscular, pleased, encouraged, sound, considerate, modernistic, newfangled, jaunty, reputable, space age, king-size, grating, new-fashioned, stout, spendy, tasteful, sprightly, perfected, optimistic, fit, inured, uncorrupted, joyful, polished, live, screechy, rip-roaring, strident, substantial, costly, exorbitant, hard, ultraexpensive, grown, gleeful, satisfied, bountiful, merry, clarion, copious, ripened, sensitive, spirited, Overloud, smiling, pricey, dynamic, sizable, powerful, easygoing, proper, insouciant, state of the art, highbred, premium, guiltless, overjoyed, rugged, devil-may-care, Buoyed, modern, prohibitive, mature, active, thriving, jocund, strengthened, blissful, gangly, restrained, gracious, citified, springy, highborn, Dinning, adequate, well-bred, priceless, penetrating, tinny, going, toughened, hardened, luxuriant, exuberant, lighthearted, thin, stiff, seemly, running, vociferous, fortified, deluxe, sanguine, voluminous, functioning, overpriced, plentiful, temperate, mighty, crashing, brawny, up-to-date, unconcerned, Vitalized, rosy, abundant, operative, hefty, illustrious, recovering, valuable, robust, unerring, breathing, abounding, happy-go-lucky, vivacious, sinewy, matured, extravagant, cavalier, hulking, generous, precious, lively, peppy, ultramodern, delighted, oversize, upswept, incorruptible, unreasonable, discordant, luxurious.
Homophones for Low:
- loyola, lah, leu, loewe, leeway, lay away, Loew, lull, leo, loyally, la, Leo Iii, LOE, Lowe, LOH, leal, laelia, loll, lulu, lh, lwei, liao, lulli, lie low, lille, law, lea, L, luo, lolo, lahu, lee, lii, loyal, lieu, lowly, ley, lao, lilo, lyly, Lo, lolly, lay, loo, le, luyia, lowell, lully, loewi, lillie, lally, lye, lie, lei, lily, lauhala, lu, liii, li, layia, Leo I.
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