lowness[ loh ]SEE DEFINITION OF lowness
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LOWNESS
He knew by the lowness of the sun that it was far into the night, and that he had slept for many hours.
With respect to "highness" and "lowness," my ideas are only eclectic and not very clear.
What you say about lowness of brackish-water plants interests me.
Of course it is true that they are handicapped by the lowness of the wages they receive.
They had disappeared, and, by the lowness of the sun, I guessed that they must have returned home.
Indeed, it was made on the plan of a bench for length and lowness.
The effect of the whole is that of strength, but dimness and lowness.
Yes, I should be no worse to you I but to me, the lowness of it!
I have likewise been afflicted with lowness of spirits, sir.
Ulloa has remarked on the lowness of the doors in the ancient Peruvian dwellings.
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