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Crouched in a squatting position
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  1. Crouched in a squatting position
  2. Short and thick; low and broad.
(Phonet.) Designating the vowel a when it represents the sound (a) as in had or hat, articulated with the tongue in a relatively level position
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  1. (Phonet.) Designating the vowel a when it represents the sound (a) as in had or hat, articulated with the tongue in a relatively level position
  2. Having a relatively broad level surface in relation to thickness or depth:
  3. Spread out smooth and level
Rational and balanced; sensible:
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  1. Rational and balanced; sensible:
  2. Conforming to a specified level or rank
  3. Having a flat, smooth surface:
Referring to places that are lower than nearby areas.
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  1. Referring to places that are lower than nearby areas.
  2. Lying close to water or ground level:
  3. Lying below the usual altitude or level
Very deep or low
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  1. Very deep or low
  2. Deeply felt or held; intense:
  3. Marked by intellectual depth
Lying down
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  1. Lying down
  2. (Bot.) Trailing on the ground and rising at the tip, as some stems
(Botany) Growing flat along the ground.
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  1. (Botany) Growing flat along the ground.
  2. (Bot.) Growing on the ground; trailing
  3. Lying flat, prone, or supine
Marked with, bearing, or wearing the sign of the cross.
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  1. Marked with, bearing, or wearing the sign of the cross.
Scowling; frowning darkly
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  1. Scowling; frowning darkly
  2. That lowers or frowns.
  3. Dark, as if about to rain or snow; overcast
Reaching up to the knees:
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  1. Reaching up to the knees:
  2. Something that reaches to the height of one's knees.
  3. So high, long, or tall as to reach to the knees
Less than is required or customary:
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  1. Less than is required or customary:
  2. Lower in position, authority, rank, amount, degree, etc.
  3. Located or situated on a lower level or beneath something else:
Low in spirits; dejected.
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  1. Low in spirits; dejected.
  2. (Zool.) Having the horizontal diameter longer than the vertical; broad
  3. Lower in amount, degree, or position:
Below the level of the surrounding or adjoining area
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  1. Below the level of the surrounding or adjoining area
  2. Situated beneath the surface of the water or ground; submerged:
  3. Below a surrounding level:
Lower or under
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  1. Lower or under
  2. Lying, or thought of as lying, below the earth's surface
  3. Located beneath or below; lower or under:
(Anatomy) Located beneath or directed downward.
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  1. (Anatomy) Located beneath or directed downward.
  2. Low or lower in order, degree, or rank:
  3. Low or lower in quality, value, or estimation:
Very quietly. In soft tones.
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  1. Very quietly. In soft tones.
Restrained, as in style; understated:
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  1. Restrained, as in style; understated:
  2. Making or characterized by little or no noise:
  3. Providing or allowing relaxation; restful; soothing:
In low spirits; depressed; disheartened
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  1. In low spirits; depressed; disheartened
  2. Sad and dispirited.
Subject to or characterized by gloomy, sullen moods or changes of mood
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  1. Subject to or characterized by gloomy, sullen moods or changes of mood
  2. Resulting from or indicating such a mood
  3. Expressive of a mood, especially a sullen or gloomy mood:
Having the color of the clear sky or the deep sea
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  1. Having the color of the clear sky or the deep sea
  2. Being a trail, as for skiing, marked with a sign having a blue square, indicating an intermediate level of difficulty.
  3. Indecent; risqué:
Forming a base
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  1. Forming a base
  2. Containing such metals:
  3. Having or showing little or no honor, courage, or decency; mean; ignoble; contemptible
Miserly; stingy:
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  1. Miserly; stingy:
  2. (Slang) Hard to cope with; difficult or troublesome:
  3. Ignoble; base:
Rough, especially to the touch:
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  1. Rough, especially to the touch:
  2. Not fine or delicate in texture, structure, form, etc.; rough; harsh
  3. For rough or crude work or results
Deserving to be despised; contemptible
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  1. Deserving to be despised; contemptible
  2. Deserving of contempt or scorn; vile.
Resulting from or suggestive of evil intentions:
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  1. Resulting from or suggestive of evil intentions:
  2. Not measuring up to recognized standards of excellence, as of behavior or conduct:
  3. Not favorable; unpropitious:
Bewildered or confused:
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  1. Bewildered or confused:
  2. Causing or likely to cause such a sensation
  3. Having a sensation of whirling, with a tendency to fall; giddy; feeling unbalanced or lightheaded.
Having little intensity or strength; faint:
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  1. Having little intensity or strength; faint:
  2. Easily broken; frail
  3. Without force or effectiveness
Sparing in the amount of items involved to achieve a desired result:
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  1. Sparing in the amount of items involved to achieve a desired result:
  2. Designed or functioning to make effective use of money or effort invested:
  3. Expressed or done with economy, as by using few words
Of average or medium quality, amount, scope, range, etc.
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  1. Of average or medium quality, amount, scope, range, etc.
  2. Being within reasonable limits; not excessive or extreme:
  3. Not violent or subject to extremes; mild or calm; temperate:
Not high in price; cheap.
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  1. Not high in price; cheap.
  2. Low in price
  3. Not expensive; costing relatively little; low-priced; cheap
Having the material forming the neckline cut low so as to reveal more flesh or, often, specif., more cleavage than usual
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  1. Having the material forming the neckline cut low so as to reveal more flesh or, often, specif., more cleavage than usual
Having a low neckline; décolleté
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  1. Having a low neckline; décolleté
  2. Having a low-cut neckline; décolleté.
Low or lower in quality, value, or estimation:
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  1. Low or lower in quality, value, or estimation:
  2. Low or lower in order, status, rank, etc.; subordinate
  3. Lower in space; placed lower down
Lesser in scale than the usual.
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  1. Lesser in scale than the usual.
  2. Lower in rank or shorter in length of tenure:
  3. Of more recent position or lower status
Smaller, less, or less important
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  1. Smaller, less, or less important
  2. Smaller in amount, value, or importance, especially in a comparison between two things:
  3. Of a smaller size than other, similar forms:
(Biology) Less complex in organization or having traits similar to those of organisms that evolved earlier in the history of life on Earth.
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  1. (Biology) Less complex in organization or having traits similar to those of organisms that evolved earlier in the history of life on Earth.
  2. Denoting the larger and usually more representative house of a bicameral legislature.
  3. Physically situated below a similar or comparable thing:
Based on the scale pattern of the minor mode
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  1. Based on the scale pattern of the minor mode
  2. (Music) Designating an imperfect interval smaller than the corresponding major interval by a semitone
  3. Characterized by minor intervals, scales, etc.
(US) Of or pertaining to a minor league
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  1. (US) Of or pertaining to a minor league
  2. (Sports) Relating or belonging to a minor league.
  3. Of relatively minor importance
Narrow-minded or ungenerous, especially in trifling matters:
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  1. Narrow-minded or ungenerous, especially in trifling matters:
  2. Small-scale; minor
  3. Of small importance; trivial:
(Geol.) Formed as a result of the alteration, disintegration, or erosion of preexisting rocks or minerals
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  1. (Geol.) Formed as a result of the alteration, disintegration, or erosion of preexisting rocks or minerals
  2. Relating to or derived from either of the lateral meristems (the cork cambium or the vascular cambium ) of vascular plants. For example, secondary xylem in a stem is produced by the vascular cambium, as opposed to primary xylem produced by the apical meristem during the original growth of the stem from a seedling.
  3. Second or lower in rank or importance; not primary:
Little in size, esp. when compared with others of the same kind; not large or big; limited in size
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  1. Little in size, esp. when compared with others of the same kind; not large or big; limited in size
  2. Having been belittled; humiliated:
  3. Being below average in quantity or extent:
(Brit.) Holding an army commission below that of captain
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  1. (Brit.) Holding an army commission below that of captain
  2. (Logic) Designating a proposition that is implied by another proposition but does not imply it
  3. Subordinate; of lower rank
(Grammar, of a clause, not comparable) dependent on and either modifying or complementing the main clause
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  1. (Grammar, of a clause, not comparable) dependent on and either modifying or complementing the main clause
  2. Inferior to or placed below another in rank, power, importance, etc.; secondary
  3. Belonging to a lower or inferior class or rank; secondary.
Less than is required or customary:
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  1. Less than is required or customary:
  2. Located or situated on a lower level or beneath something else:
  3. Lower in rank, power, or authority; subordinate.
Insignificant or unimportant; minor:
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  1. Insignificant or unimportant; minor:
Opposed or contrary (to)
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  1. Opposed or contrary (to)
  2. Feeling repugnance or loathing.
  3. Causing disgust, hatred, etc.; detestable
Unequivocally detestable; loathsome:
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  1. Unequivocally detestable; loathsome:
  2. Nasty and disgusting; vile; loathsome
  3. Highly unpleasant; disagreeable; very bad
Opposed in nature or character; antagonistic:
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  1. Opposed in nature or character; antagonistic:
  2. Opposed or antagonistic in character, tendency, etc.
  3. Causing a feeling of antipathy; repugnant:
(Obs.) Contemptuous
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  1. (Obs.) Contemptuous
  2. Deserving of contempt or scorn; worthless; despicable
Deserving to be despised; contemptible
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  1. Deserving to be despised; contemptible
  2. Deserving of contempt or scorn; vile.
That is or should be detested; hateful; execrable; odious
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  1. That is or should be detested; hateful; execrable; odious
  2. Inspiring or deserving abhorrence or scorn.
Arousing disgust; repugnant.
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  1. Arousing disgust; repugnant.
  2. Causing disgust; repulsive; distasteful.
Covered or smeared with filth; disgustingly dirty.
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  1. Covered or smeared with filth; disgustingly dirty.
  2. Full of filth; disgustingly foul
  3. Vile; nasty:
Containing dirt, impurities, or other foreign matter;
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  1. Containing dirt, impurities, or other foreign matter;
  2. Violating accepted standards or rules; dishonorable:
  3. Marked with editorial changes or corrections:
Guilty of such a crime
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  1. Guilty of such a crime
  2. Having an exceedingly bad reputation; notorious:
  3. (Law) Convicted of a crime, such as treason or felony, that carries a severe punishment. No longer in technical use.
Causing loathing; disgusting; abhorrent; detestable
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  1. Causing loathing; disgusting; abhorrent; detestable
Extremely contemptible; nasty:
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  1. Extremely contemptible; nasty:
  2. (Slang) Well supplied or oversupplied (with)
  3. Sick or unwell:
Miserly; stingy:
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  1. Miserly; stingy:
  2. (Slang) Hard to cope with; difficult or troublesome:
  3. Ignoble; base:
Very dangerous, troublesome, grievous, etc.
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  1. Very dangerous, troublesome, grievous, etc.
  2. Exasperatingly difficult to solve or handle:
  3. Mean; malicious; ill-humored
Very wicked; villainous; iniquitous
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  1. Very wicked; villainous; iniquitous
  2. Infamous by way of being extremely wicked.
(Archaic) Deserving of or liable to censure.
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  1. (Archaic) Deserving of or liable to censure.
  2. Very annoying or objectionable; offensive or odious:
  3. (Archaic) Exposed or subject to harm, injury, or evil:
Arousing or deserving hatred or strong dislike.
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  1. Arousing or deserving hatred or strong dislike.
  2. Extremely unpleasant; repulsive:
  3. Disgusting, disgraceful, hateful, vile, loathsome, scandalous. See also odium. Disgusting, disgraceful, hateful, vile, loathsome, scandalous. See also odium.
Causing repugnance; distasteful; offensive; disagreeable
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  1. Causing repugnance; distasteful; offensive; disagreeable
  2. Arousing disgust or aversion; offensive or repulsive:
  3. Contradictory; inconsistent
Soft or easily broken as because of decomposition; friable
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  1. Soft or easily broken as because of decomposition; friable
  2. (Slang) Very bad, unsatisfactory, nasty, etc.
  3. Morally corrupt or despicable:
Dilapidated or deteriorated in condition, especially through neglect; seedy:
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  1. Dilapidated or deteriorated in condition, especially through neglect; seedy:
  2. Showing much wear; ragged; threadbare
  3. Despicable; mean:
Cheap; worthless
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  1. Cheap; worthless
  2. Highly disagreeable or most inferior; very bad: a generalized term of disapproval
  3. Degrading; low; mean
Characterized by or attended with misery or woe:
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  1. Characterized by or attended with misery or woe:
  2. Deeply distressed or unhappy; miserable; unfortunate
  3. Of a poor or mean character; dismal:
Containing such metals:
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  1. Containing such metals:
  2. Forming a base
  3. Having or showing little or no honor, courage, or decency; mean; ignoble; contemptible
Not of high social status; common.
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  1. Not of high social status; common.
  2. Not noble in birth or position; of the common people
  3. Not noble in character or quality; dishonorable; base; mean
Gloomy; depressed.
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  1. Gloomy; depressed.
  2. (Idiomatic, slang, US) Of no value.
  3. Despicable; base:
Miserly; stingy:
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  1. Miserly; stingy:
  2. (Slang) Hard to cope with; difficult or troublesome:
  3. Ignoble; base:
Dirty or filthy:
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  1. Dirty or filthy:
  2. Dirty; filthy
  3. Base; ignoble; mean
Wretched; miserable; sordid
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  1. Wretched; miserable; sordid
  2. Dirty or deteriorated, especially from poverty or lack of care.
  3. Foul or unclean, esp. as the result of neglect or unsanitary conditions
Highly disagreeable or most inferior; very bad: a generalized term of disapproval
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  1. Highly disagreeable or most inferior; very bad: a generalized term of disapproval
  2. Morally base or evil; wicked; depraved; sinful
  3. Degrading; low; mean
Having the color of the clear sky or the deep sea
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  1. Having the color of the clear sky or the deep sea
  2. Being a trail, as for skiing, marked with a sign having a blue square, indicating an intermediate level of difficulty.
  3. Indecent; risqué:
In low spirits; depressed; disheartened
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  1. In low spirits; depressed; disheartened
  2. Sad and dispirited.
(Zool.) Having the horizontal diameter longer than the vertical; broad
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  1. (Zool.) Having the horizontal diameter longer than the vertical; broad
  2. Unhappy, and blaming oneself rather than others; despondent
  3. Gloomy; dejected; sad
Made uninhabitable; laid waste; in a ruinous state
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  1. Made uninhabitable; laid waste; in a ruinous state
  2. Feeling, showing, causing, or expressing sadness or loneliness.
  3. Barren; lifeless:
Affected or marked by low spirits; dejected.
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  1. Affected or marked by low spirits; dejected.
  2. Without energy, gusto or drive, enervated, without the will to accomplish, disheartened.
Low in spirits; depressed:
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  1. Low in spirits; depressed:
  2. Not permitted to advance further in the play because forward progress has stopped, especially by being tackled. Used of a ball carrier.
  3. Sophisticated, stylish, etc.; cool; hip
(Of a person) Feeling despondent.
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  1. (Of a person) Feeling despondent.
  2. Very unhappy or discouraged; sad; dejected
  3. (Of eyes) Looking downwards.
Low in spirit; depressed.
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  1. Low in spirit; depressed.
  2. Sad
Not vivid; not brilliant; dim
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  1. Not vivid; not brilliant; dim
  2. Cloudy or overcast:
  3. Not bright, vivid, or shiny:
Pertaining to dysphoria, or of being in a state of dysphoria
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  1. Pertaining to dysphoria, or of being in a state of dysphoria
Showing or filled with gloom:
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  1. Showing or filled with gloom:
  2. Overspread with or enveloped in darkness or dimness
  3. Imperfectly illuminated; dismal through obscurity or darkness; dusky; dim; clouded.
Melancholy; depressed; sad.
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  1. Melancholy; depressed; sad.
Of or relating to melancholia.
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  1. Of or relating to melancholia.
  2. Affected with or subject to melancholy.
  3. Filled with or affected by melancholy"”great sadness or depression, especially of a thoughtful or introspective nature.
Causing sadness, gloom, or depression
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  1. Causing sadness, gloom, or depression
  2. Feeling, showing, or expressing depression of the spirits; sad or dejected.
  3. Sad and depressed; gloomy
(Dial.) Heavy or soggy
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  1. (Dial.) Heavy or soggy
  2. Showing, expressing, or feeling sorrow or unhappiness:
  3. Dark or dull in color; drab
Lacking spirit, energy, or vigor; listless; depressed
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  1. Lacking spirit, energy, or vigor; listless; depressed
Sorrowful; gloomy.
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  1. Sorrowful; gloomy.
  2. (Archaic) Sad; sorrowful; melancholy
Not happy or joyful; sad or sorrowful:
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  1. Not happy or joyful; sad or sorrowful:
  2. Not suitable; inappropriate:
  3. Sad; wretched; sorrowful
Full of melancholy longing or wishful yearning:
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  1. Full of melancholy longing or wishful yearning:
  2. Sad and thoughtful
  3. Full of yearning or longing
Achieved with little effort:
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  1. Achieved with little effort:
  2. Charging low prices:
  3. Worthy of no respect; vulgar or contemptible:
Not high in price; cheap.
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  1. Not high in price; cheap.
  2. Low in price
  3. Not expensive; costing relatively little; low-priced; cheap
  1. Low in price.
  2. Alternative spelling of low-cost.
  3. Available at a low cost
Costing relatively little
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  1. Costing relatively little
  2. Having a low price; cheap.
Of, for, or having the range of an alto
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  1. Of, for, or having the range of an alto
Low in pitch.
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  1. Low in pitch.
  2. Of, for, or having the range of a bass
  3. Having a deep tone.
Of, for, or having the range of a contralto
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  1. Of, for, or having the range of a contralto
Very absorbed or involved:
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  1. Very absorbed or involved:
  2. Far distant down or in:
  3. Coming from or penetrating to a depth:
Having a moderate slope:
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  1. Having a moderate slope:
  2. Of a sound, having a comparatively low pitch.
  3. Having a low tone or a low range of tone
Very quietly. In soft tones.
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  1. Very quietly. In soft tones.
Of low intensity, tone, etc.; subdued or restrained
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  1. Of low intensity, tone, etc.; subdued or restrained
  2. (Photography) dark, with little or no fill light and high lighting ratio.
  3. Having or producing uniformly dark tones with few areas of contrast, as in a photograph or film.
Relaxed, unstressful, not pressured.
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  1. Relaxed, unstressful, not pressured.
Providing or allowing relaxation; restful; soothing:
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  1. Providing or allowing relaxation; restful; soothing:
  2. Still; calm; motionless
  3. Making or characterized by little or no noise:
Narrow in outlook; petty:
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  1. Narrow in outlook; petty:
  2. Having been belittled; humiliated:
  3. Being below average in quantity or extent:
Gradually declining in trend; not firm:
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  1. Gradually declining in trend; not firm:
  2. Informal and entertaining without confronting difficult issues or hard facts:
  3. Easily molded, cut, or worked:
Quiet or withdrawn
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  1. Quiet or withdrawn
  2. Reduced or low in intensity; muted
Producing or resembling a whisper.
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  1. Producing or resembling a whisper.
Expressing disapproval or criticism.
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  1. Expressing disapproval or criticism.
  2. Mildly disparaging or uncomplimentary, especially of oneself.
  3. That deprecates; apologetic or disparaging
Tending to depreciate (in value etc.)
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Diminishing in value.
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  1. Diminishing in value.
  2. Pertaining to depreciation
  3. Disparaging; belittling.
Of or pertaining to derogation; that derogates
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  1. Of or pertaining to derogation; that derogates
  2. Disparaging, tending or intending to be belittling.
  3. Disparaging; derogatory.
(Archaic) Tending to lessen or impair; detracting
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  1. (Archaic) Tending to lessen or impair; detracting
  2. Disparaging; belittling:
  3. Disparaging; belittling
  1. Tending to lower in estimation; depreciative.
  2. Tending to detract or draw.
  3. Part or all of this entry has been imported from the 1913 edition of Webster's Dictionary, which is now free of copyright and hence in the public domain. The imported definitions may be significantly out of date, and any more recent senses may be completely missing.
(Linguis.) Taking on or giving a meaning or connotation that is less favorable
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  1. (Linguis.) Taking on or giving a meaning or connotation that is less favorable
  2. Disparaging; belittling:
  3. Disparaging or derogatory
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  1. In the manner of a slight; belittling, deprecative
  2. Conveying or constituting a slight; belittling:
  3. Constituting a slight; disdainful; disparaging
Not complimentary; derogatory.
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  1. Not complimentary; derogatory.
In poor health; sickly
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  1. In poor health; sickly
Averse; disinclined:
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  1. Averse; disinclined:
  2. Slightly ill
  3. (Informal) Otherwise occupied; busy, unavailable, etc.
Miserly; stingy:
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  1. Miserly; stingy:
  2. (Slang) Hard to cope with; difficult or troublesome:
  3. Ignoble; base:
Exhibiting bad taste:
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  1. Exhibiting bad taste:
  2. Varying from the usual, expected, or required color.
  3. Not quite proper; now, esp., risqué
Inclined or prone to sway or totter; unsteady or shaky:
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  1. Inclined or prone to sway or totter; unsteady or shaky:
  2. Appearing inclined to fail; discouraging or disappointing:
  3. Like a rock; firm, hard, unfeeling, etc.
Weak; mawkish
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  1. Weak; mawkish
  2. Conducive to sickness:
  3. Of or produced by sickness
The deepest or lowest part:
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  1. The deepest or lowest part:
  2. The lowest or least favorable position:
  3. The underside:
Alternative spelling of rock bottom.
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  1. Alternative spelling of rock bottom.
  2. The lowest level or point; very bottom
  3. The lowest possible level or absolute bottom:
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