lowness lowness


  1. (n) a position of inferior status; low in station or rank or fortune or estimation
  2. (n) a feeling of low spirits
  3. (n) the quality of being low; lacking height
  4. (n) a low or small degree of any quality (amount or force or temperature etc.)


  1. They will flee to the West and be FOBs or run down to Hong Kong and be , just to desperately evade the demonic claws of their own country and its lowness.
  2. Meanwhile advocates of Captain Stewart's 35 bid stressed the obvious, that this bid was in a class of its own for lowness.
  3. The tabloid and exploitative coverage has been unremarkable, except for how revealing it is of the lowness of news media producers' opinion of their audience.


  1. "We have no time for provincialism," said Ignatieff, "the lowness of spirit" that defines the Harper government.
    on May 18, 2010 By: Michael Ignatieff Source: Toronto Star

  2. "I'm not sure why the judges almost always have the same scores within a small range. How do they all know what level of lowness or highness to score? All three judges had scored me incredibly low," Wozniak said.
    on Mar 25, 2009 By: Steve Wozniak Source: Computerworld

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