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Definitions of low:

part of speech: verb intransitive

To make the loud noise of oxen: to bellow.

part of speech: verb

To bellow as an ox or cow.

part of speech: adverb

Not on high; deeply; softly; quietly; at a small price; in humbleness, poverty, or disgrace.

part of speech: adjective

( comp. LOWER; superl. LOWEST), Lying on an inferior place or position: not high: deep: shallow: small: moderate: cheap: dejected: mean: plain: in poor circumstances: humble.

part of speech: adverb

Not on high; near the ground; under the usual price or value; in a time approaching our own, as, such were the usages of war as low down as the 19th century; in a mean or degraded state; softly; down.

part of speech: noun

LOWNESS.

part of speech: adverb

Not aloft: cheaply: meanly: in subjection, poverty, or disgrace: in times near our own: not loudly: ( astr.) near the equator.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To bellow softly or moo like cattle.

part of speech: noun

The moo or soft bellow of cattle.

part of speech: adjective

Not high or elevated; placed below in relation to another thing; not rising to the usual level, height, or standard; shallow; descending far downwards; below the usual rate, price, or value; soft; not loud or noisy; mean or humble in rank; reduced; dejected or depressed; humble; vulgar; unrefined; mean; dishonourable.

part of speech: adjective

Not high; depressed; shallow; not noisy; subdued; near the horizon; as, the sun is low in the west; cheap; moderate; feeble or weak; below the recognized standard; vulgar; abject; in music, not high in pitch.

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