low-density low-density


  1. (adj) having low relative density or specific gravity
  2. (adj) having low concentration


  1. It seems unlikely that we can continue to support the low-density demographics of much of America.
  2. Spencer realized that exposure to low-density microwave energy could cook food quickly, and he created the first commercial microwave a year later.


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  1. The well, Babbitt said, "was drilled in order to get the water certificate to do low-density development on the ranch."
    on Mar 30, 2008 By: Bruce Babbitt Source: Sierra Vista Herald

  2. "Where we can help ourselves with some of those low-density, high-demand units, we'd like to do that," Conway said. "Can we send detachments as opposed to entire squadrons? Can we send a fewer number of people that can still give us the...
    on Jan 6, 2008 By: Gen James Conway Source: Marine Corps Times (subscription)

  3. "We make a mistake when we think we can build low-density, purely upscale new communities and not assume that it's going to compound the problem in the inner city," said Cooke.
    on Apr 17, 2010 By: Terry Cooke Source: Hamilton Spectator

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