low-level low-level

Definition(s):

  1. (adj) not intense
  2. (adj) lower in rank or importance
  3. (adj) at a low level in rank or importance
  4. (adj) occurring at a relatively low altitude

Synonym(s)

Usage(s):

  1. One factor in predicting climate change, scientists say, is low-level cloud cover, the loss of which may accelerate warming.
  2. And they have had unintended consequences: putting away low-level street dealers rather than the big-time traffickers, with startling racial disparities.
  3. The Harpoon 's active radar guidance, warhead design, and low-level, sea-skimming cruise trajectory assure high survivability and effectiveness.

News

  1. How low-level insider could steal from NSA

    Edward Snowden's ability to extract sensitive data from the National Security Agency, working as a low-level contract consultant, comes as no surprise to the security community.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: HispanicBusiness.com

  2. Transcripts show IRS targeting began in Cincinnati

    The records show that it was low-level employees in Cincinnati -- where all tax-exempt applications... - 7:05 am IN-DEPTH: The two General Assembly houses will start to meet this week to hash out their...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: The Cincinnati Enquirer

  3. Edward Snowden case: How low-level insider could steal from NSA

    Edward Snowden's ability to extract sensitive data from the National Security Agency, working as a low-level contract consultant, comes as no surprise to the security community.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Detroit Free Press

Quotes

  1. AJ will "probably be a low-level movie producer. But he's not going to be a killer like his father, is he? Meadow may not become a pediatrician or even a lawyer ...... but she'll learn to operate in the world in ways that Carmela never did. It's not...
    on Oct 23, 2007 By: David Chase Source: Forbes

  2. "We have recovered a very crude, homemade, low-level device," Beary said. "Because of the time and location of the event, we do not believe this incident was designed to cause significant property damage or injury. We also believe this is an...
    on Jul 2, 2007 By: Kevin Beary Source: Forbes

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