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The plane seemed to be flying very low.
I asked them to turn the volume down low.
The bass guitar tends to play lower than the rest of the band.
She can sing high or low.
Just how low is the government prepared to stoop in order to win votes in next month's election?
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software designed to block visual distractions on a computer so that it is easier to concentrate on what you are doing
if a horse whinnies, it makes a high sound through its nose and mouth
climate fiction: a genre of literature which uses climate change as its main topic
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Definition of low from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Publishers Limited.