Situated or placed below normal height: a low lighting fixture.
Situated below the surrounding surfaces: water standing in low spots.
Dead and buried.
Cut to show the wearer's neck and chest; décolleté: a low neckline.
Near or at the horizon: The sun is low in the sky.
Close or closer to a reference point: was low in the offensive zone, near the goal.
Linguistics Produced with part or all of the tongue depressed, as a, pronounced (ä), in father. Used of vowels.
Of less than usual or average depth; shallow: The river is low.
Humble in status or character; lowly: of low birth.
Biology Of relatively simple structure in the scale of living organisms.
Unrefined; coarse: low humor.
Violating standards of morality or decency; base: a low stunt to pull. See Synonyms at mean2.
Lacking strength or vigor; weak.
Lacking liveliness or good spirits; discouraged or dejected.
Below average in degree, intensity, or amount: a low temperature.
Below an average or a standard: low wages; a low level of communication.
Ranked near the beginning of an ascending series or scale: a low number; a low grade of oil.
Relating to or being latitudes nearest to the equator.
Relatively small. Used of a cost, price, or other value: a low fee; a low income.
Having a pitch corresponding to a relatively small number of sound-wave cycles per second.
Not loud; soft: a low murmur.
Being near total depletion: My savings account is low.
Not adequately provided or equipped; short: low on supplies.