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laid-low

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Six years later, he finds himself laid low with multiple injuries from a workplace accident and an uncertain future.

Coneys described this as a “brutal experience” and he and his cousins were laid low with sea sickness.

My father never succumbed to the temptation that has laid low so many real estate developers: monumentalism.

How could a big strong man be laid low by invisible tiny particles?

This week we found out from the regular Federal Reserve survey that the poor economy has laid low every region of the country.

It was a contest for extirpation, and ere it ended the flower of the English and the chivalry of the Indians were laid low.

They laid low a tract of beautiful forest trees, for no good purpose.

Mr. Hughes was laid low through a severe cold, and brought to the gates of death.

But on each side, the bullets tore through the ranks and laid low many a gallant warrior.

Though she exalt herself to the very heavens, she shall be laid low, unless she repents and turns from her wicked ways.

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On this page you'll find 39 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to laid-low, such as: ailing, cranky, feeble, infirm, lackluster, and below par.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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