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  • 21lowly — [ˈləʊli] adj with a low status or position a lowly office clerk[/ex] …

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  • 22lowly — I. adverb Date: 14th century 1. in a humble or meek manner 2. in a low position, manner, or degree 3. not loudly II. adjective (lowlier; est) Date: 14th century 1. humble in manner or spirit ; fr …

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  • 23Lowly — …

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  • 24lowly — Synonyms and related words: base, baseborn, below the salt, cockney, common, commonplace, deferential, demeaning, despised, disadvantaged, disliked, everyday, homely, humble, humble looking, humble visaged, humblest, in the shade, inferior, infra …

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  • 25lowly — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. humble, meek. See humility, lowness. II (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. unpretentious, cast down, meek; see humble 1 , 2 . III (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) a. inferior, humble, modest, common, ordinary,… …

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  • 26lowly — low|ly [ louli ] adjective with a low status or position …

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  • 27lowly — low·ly || ləʊlɪ adj. humble, modest, meek; poor, humble in station or condition; plain, simple adv. meekly, modestly; humbly; in a low position …

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  • 28lowly — a. 1. Low. 2. Humble. 3. Mean, low. 4. Modest, unpretending, meek, humble, mild …

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  • 29lowly — adj 1. humble, poor, plebian, proletarian, earth born, of low birth, lowborn, low; unequal, inferior, baseborn, of low or mean parentage, untitled; simple, plain, homespun, homely, rustic, countrified; common, commonplace, ordinary, average,… …

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  • 30lowly — low·ly …

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  • 31lowly — adjective Syn: humble, low, low ranking, common, ordinary, plain, modest, simple, obscure Ant: aristocratic, exalted …

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  • 32lowly —   Ha aha a, lalolalo, kikā …

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  • 33lowly — adj. (lowlier, lowliest) 1 humble in feeling, behaviour, or status. 2 modest, unpretentious. 3 (of an organism) evolved to only a slight degree. Derivatives: lowlily adv. lowliness n …

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  • 34lowly trevally — geltonpelekė karangė statusas T sritis zoologija | vardynas taksono rangas rūšis atitikmenys: lot. Caranx ignobilis angl. blue spotted trevally; Forsskal’s Indo Pacific jackfish; giant kingfish; giant trevally; yellow finned jack; yellow finned… …

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  • 35low - lowly — ◊ low Low is used as an adjective or an adverb. Something that is low measures a short distance from the bottom to the top. ...a low brick wall. ...low hills. You also say that something is low when …

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  • 36Infant Holy, Infant Lowly — is based on a traditional Polish Christmas carol, Spiewniczek Piesni Koscielne . This song was translated to English by Edith M.G.Reed. This carol is under public domain.Polish and English LyricsW żłobie leży! Któż pobieży Kolędować małemu… …

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  • 37make lowly — index demean (make lower), derogate, humiliate Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 38Lowlier — Lowly Low ly, a. [Compar. {Lowlier}; superl. {Lowliest}.] [Low, a. + ly.] 1. Not high; not elevated in place; low. Lowly lands. Dryden. [1913 Webster] 2. Low in rank or social importance. [1913 Webster] One common right the great and lowly claims …

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  • 39Lowliest — Lowly Low ly, a. [Compar. {Lowlier}; superl. {Lowliest}.] [Low, a. + ly.] 1. Not high; not elevated in place; low. Lowly lands. Dryden. [1913 Webster] 2. Low in rank or social importance. [1913 Webster] One common right the great and lowly claims …

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  • 40lowliness — lowly ► ADJECTIVE (lowlier, lowliest) 1) low in status or importance. 2) (of an organism) primitive or simple. ► ADVERB ▪ to a low degree. DERIVATIVES lowliness noun …

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