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More low hanging fruit: the $37 Russ-as-Che-Guevara t-shirts available on his website.

Low-hanging clouds nestle among the layers of mountains; horses and cows graze in the middle distance.

For one thing, it's possible the low-hanging fruit—the companies for whom investor activism is most successful—has been picked.

As Cosgrove notes, infection control is one of the areas where there seems to be "low hanging fruit" in the health care system.

Even in a capital wracked by partisan fighting, this should be low-hanging fruit.

Rays from the low-hanging sun shone through his ruddy, tousled hair, making it gleam like living flame.

"It's a beastly day," Ted said, with an eye cocked at the low-hanging, steel-coloured clouds.

Finally he compromised by suspending it to a low hanging chandelier, where it dangled swaying in the slight air currents.

He looked between the thick foliage of the low-hanging branches to the milking shed.

A cloud of smoke, hanging close to the ceiling, created the illusion of low-hanging clouds and the out-of-doors.


On this page you'll find 69 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to low-hanging, such as: below, depressed, flat, little, small, and bottom.

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