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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈləʊər/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/ˈloʊɚ/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(lōər for 1; louər, louər for 2)

From low (advadverb: Describes a verb, adjective, adverb, or clause--for example, "come quickly," "very rare," "happening now," "fall down."):
lower
adv comparative
lowest
adv superlative
From low (adjadjective: Describes a noun or pronoun--for example, "a tall girl," "an interesting book," "a big house."):
lower
adj comparative
lowest
adj superlative

lower
WordReference English Thesaurus © 2020
Sense: Adjective: further down
Synonyms:
lower down, further down, below , under , underneath , deeper
Sense: Adjective: inferior
Synonyms:
inferior, junior , minor , lesser , subordinate, second-class, second-string, second-fiddle
Sense: Adjective: darker or dimmer
Synonyms:
darker, dimmer, dimmed, dipped (UK), subdued , waning, fading , dying
Sense: Verb: cause to fall
Synonyms:
reduce , bring down, decrease , diminish , lessen, deplete , shrink , minimize, minimise (UK), pull down, let down, let sth fall, cut , slash
Sense: Verb: devalue or cheapen
Synonyms:
devalue, cheapen, debase, discredit, degrade, depreciate, knock down, mark down
Sense: Verb: become less intense
Synonyms:
decrease , let up, abate , subside , recede, lessen, taper , taper off, fade , peter out, relent, dwindle , die down, die away, die out, wane , fall , ease
Sense: Verb: fall
Synonyms:
fall , decrease , come down, drop , diminish , lessen, sink , shrink , dip , descend, taper off, tumble , wane , ebb , subside , droop, dwindle , crash , plummet , dive , nose-dive, plunge
Sense: Verb: condescend or demean
Synonyms:
resort , sink , be reduced, demean, stoop , condescend, debase, abase, dishonor, dishonour (UK), shame , disgrace , belittle
Sense: Verb: quieten
Synonyms:
quieten, soften, tone down, turn down, hush , subdue , mute, damp


low
WordReference English Thesaurus © 2020
Sense: Adjective: close to the earth
Synonyms:
low-lying, ankle-high, knee-high, not far above the horizon, low-hanging, depressed , sunken
Antonyms:
high , lofty , elevated, flying , tall , high-rising, towering, dominating, soaring , up to your neck, way up high, sky high
Sense: Adjective: short
Synonyms:
short , small , little , stunted, squat
Sense: Adjective: small in quantity
Synonyms:
small , slight , short , inadequate, deficient, insufficient, shy , lacking , wanting, depleted, diminished, meagre, measly, scanty, scant , scarce , sparse , light , slim , paltry
Sense: Adjective: quiet
Synonyms:
quiet , soft , faint , gentle , muffled, dull , hushed, whispered, muted, subdued
Antonyms:
loud , raucous, deafening, noisy , talkative , boisterous, thunderous, roaring, splitting, piercing , high-pitched, sharp
Sense: Adjective: cheap - price
Synonyms:
cheap , inexpensive, affordable , cut-price (UK), budget , economical , bargain-basement, reasonable , cheapo (slang), dirt cheap (slang), cheap as chips (UK, informal)
Antonyms:
lavish , expensive , rich , grand , pricey, exquisite , luxurious , inflated, priceless , over-the-top, extravagant, opulent, flashy, ostentatious, showy
Sense: Adjective: depressed
Synonyms:
depressed , dejected, sad , down , blue (informal), bad , unhappy , miserable , down in the dumps (informal), disheartened, downhearted, down-hearted, heavyhearted, heavy-hearted, melancholic, melancholy , hangdog, despondent, downcast, gloomy , low-spirited
Antonyms:
spirited, elated , cheerful , content , encouraged, hopeful , confident , delighted , glad , ecstatic, euphoric, in high spirits, in a good mood, upbeat
Sense: Adjective: dishonorable
Synonyms:
dishonorable, dishonourable (UK), base , contemptible, dirty (informal), dishonest , despicable , disgraceful, shameful, mean , detestable, low-down (informal), nasty , unsportsmanlike, below the belt (informal)
Antonyms:
polite , refined , respectful , kind , compassionate , gentle , moral , admirable, honorable, virtuous
Sense: Adjective: poor - quality
Synonyms:
poor , substandard, sub-standard, below par, shoddy, inferior, inadequate, unacceptable, deficient, unsatisfactory, not up to scratch (informal), not up to standard, subpar, sub-par, below average, disappointing
Sense: Adjective: crass
Synonyms:
crass, crude , coarse , uncouth, vulgar, rude , tasteless
Sense: Adjective: bass
Synonyms:
bass , deep , grave , throaty, booming, resonant
Sense: Adjective: primitive
Synonyms:
primitive, crude , rudimentary, rude , unsophisticated, uncomplicated, simple , basic
Sense: Adjective: equatorial
Synonyms:
equatorial, tropic, tropical, subtropical, subtropic
Sense: Adjective: lowborn
Synonyms:
lowborn, lower-class, common , lowly, inferior, ignoble, mean , plebeian, plebby (UK, informal), of the lower classes

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