What is another word for low point?

Pronunciation: [lˈə͡ʊ pˈɔ͡ɪnt] (IPA)

A low point refers to the lowest position or degree of something, usually indicating that things are not progressing well or that the situation is critical. There are different ways to express this notion, and several synonyms can be used to replace the phrase "low point." These include nadir, bottom, rock bottom, trough, low-water mark, downfall, decline, and depression. Each of these words reflects a specific aspect of a situation that has hit a low point, whether it be emotional, financial, or physical. Using these synonyms in place of "low point" adds variety to a text and emphasizes the gravity of the situation.

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What are the hypernyms for Low point?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.
  • Other hypernyms:

    abyss, nadir, trough, valley, depths, depths of despair, depths of despondency, depths of misery, depths of sorrow, lowest ebb.

What are the opposite words for low point?

High point and low point are antonyms. The high point refers to a moment or an event that denotes an exceptional achievement or peak of success, while the low point stands for a moment of disappointment or failure. In life, we all go through high and low points. If things are going great, we are on a high point, but if everything seems to be going wrong, we are at a low point. The high point gives us a sense of happiness and accomplishment, while the low point is often a turning point that teaches us to remain strong and learn from our mistakes. Understandably, our low points can be tough, but they help us grow wiser, empathetic, and stronger.

What are the antonyms for Low point?

Famous quotes with Low point

  • I think we're in a very low point of music right now.
    George Crumb
  • I don't think it's a low point being in the finals of the French Open, three points away from the victory.
    Martina Hingis
  • My next book is also set in the eighteenth century. It's about the Revolution, with the focus on the year 1776. It's about Washington and the army and the war. It's the nadir, the low point of the United States of America.
    David McCullough
  • I did go through a period where I was on unemployment. That was my low point: Martha Quinn on line at unemployment, hoping nobody will recognize her.
    Martha Quinn
  • This was not enough for a minority now demanding much sterner action to meet the Nazi threat. At the head of this group was Winston Churchill. His prestige, however, after his stand during the abdication crisis [in late spring 1937] and his aggressive, bellicose speeches on the need for more arms, was at a low point. Not many listened to him yet. He was still considered an irresponsible failure and an unreliable character.
    Lester B. Pearson

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