To utter the soft bellow unusual to creatures of this cow sort; moo.
Lying or becoming underneath the basic or normal degree or plane; depressed in place or place; at some depth or length downward; deeply: as, low ground; a low area; the reduced areas.
underneath the typical standard of height; dropping below the customary degree or position: as, a minimal bow; a low tide (that's, an ebb-tide abnormally despondent); low tide or low-water (used absolutely, without articles, for the condition for the tide or the water at its biggest normal depression of amount).
maybe not full of position; not far above an all natural or typically recognized plane or degree: because, the sun's rays is low (that's, perhaps not far above the horizon); a bird of low trip; a reduced rack.
maybe not high in ascending extent; having little straight extension; of no great level; moderate or lacking in altitude or stature; maybe not lofty: opposed to high, lofty, and high: because, reasonable hills, plants, or trees; a low house or wall surface; a person of reasonable stature; a decreased forehead.
Not high in a scale of reckoning; below the normal rate, reckoning, or value; modest; meager; cheap: because, low earnings, rates, rates; a reduced estimate; grain had been reduced.
Not full of quantity; suggesting or suggested by a small number; expressed by numerals indicating couple of: because, a low number; reasonable latitudes (those expressed in low numbers, and as a consequence near the equator).
perhaps not saturated in grade, position, section, state, or account; of substandard grade; simple in rank; lowly: as, people of low property; the low courses; the reduced parts of society.
Not high in character or problem.
Not haughty or happy; meek; lowly.
without dignity, refinement, or concept; vulgar; groveling; abject; mean; base: since, reasonable colleagues; reduced preferences; a reduced companion; reasonable life; a low trick.
perhaps not saturated in quality or degree.
In optics, of slight refrangibility (that's, having a comparatively great wave-length).
In reasoning, having little reasonable expansion; slim; predicable of few objects.
Not wealthy or extremely experienced; simple; quick: because, reduced diet.
Holding Low-church views. See Low-churchman.
In biology, of lowly, simple, or generalized framework; maybe not saturated in the scale of company; maybe not extremely classified or specific: since, low protozoan creatures; reduced cryptogamic plants.
Of noises: perhaps not noisy; mild; soft.
reasonably grave in pitch; created by fairly slow oscillations; depressed; flat: against high.
Synonyms . Mean, Groveling, etc. (see abject), base, ignoble, vile, vulgar, common, dishonorable, inexpensive, plebeian, shabby. See record under mean.
close to the floor; not aloft; not high: since, to travel reasonable; to aim reduced.
In a mean problem: in composition: as, a low-born other or lass.
later, or perhaps in time approaching the present.
With a depressed vocals; not loudly: as, talk low.
perhaps not loudly; quietly; softly.
At a decreased or grave pitch.
to create reduced; simple.
going reduced; descend; fall.
To heap or stack up.
To flame; blaze.
An obsolete preterit of laugh.
A dialectal as a type of allow.
particularly, in phonetics, of a vowel noise, created aided by the tongue, or section of it, in a reduced position.