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low ebb

noun as in low tide

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Diplomatic relations between the United States and Russia are at a disturbingly low ebb.

She came in at a very low ebb and singlehandedly turned it around.

Not because most see them as competent or even intelligent; GOP rankings are also at a low ebb.

Russian opera was then at a low ebb, and he only went to hear his favourite work, A Life for the Tsar.

I cant indulge in new frocks now-a-days when the finances are at such a low ebb.

If circulation be the test of a city's vitality it proved Constantinople to be at very low ebb.

I expect it was a wan smile that I returned, for I was at a very low ebb, and my fortress looked sarcastically impregnable.

Under these circumstances Leo felt happier than he had expected, seeing at what a low ebb his fortunes were.


On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to low ebb, such as: dead low tide, dead low water, ebb tide, low water, and mean low water.

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