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  • n  a position of inferior status; low in station or rank or fortune or estimation
  • n  a feeling of low spirits
    he felt responsible for her lowness of spirits
  • n  the quality of being low; lacking height
    he was suddenly aware of the lowness of the ceiling
  • n  a low or small degree of any quality (amount or force or temperature etc.)
    he took advantage of the lowness of interest rates

  • 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.
  • Meanwhile advocates of Captain Stewart's 35 bid stressed the obvious, that this bid was in a class of its own for lowness.
  • 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.

  • Michael Ignatieff in Toronto Star
    We have no time for provincialism,said Ignatieff, "the lowness of spirit" that defines the Harper government.
  • Steve Wozniak in Computerworld
    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.

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