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Definition of Lowish

Lowish
Lowish Low"ish, a. Somewhat low. [Colloq.] --Richardson.

Meaning of Lowish from wikipedia

- island has evolved a palm that can tolerate low light, a dry atmosphere and lowish temperatures—ideal for indoor conditions. Up to the 1980s the palms were...
- in England) typically a nouveau riche or working cl**** person, often of lowish intelligence, who wears designer label (e.g. Burberry) copies, fake gold...
- Robert Baden-Powell (1908). "The wide-awake, a broad-brimmed felt hat with a lowish crown, was a, countryman's hat, but there are photographs of Alfred Tennyson...
- 920. Mike McCahill of The Guardian rated it 3/5 stars and wrote, "This lowish-budget British film about gamers playing a VR shoot 'em up gone wrong is...
- Sporle, Bruce Perry, Jason Yeung 1997 Lost 5:49 1 Jon Key, Tom Killick, Dave Lowish, Martin Hoather, Trond Bustnes, Justin Slater, Dan Darley, Bruce Perry,...
- unusually late bloomer. Numbers were low through April, and even May saw a lowish number of tornadoes. However June set a then record for tornadoes with 399...
- between the groups (p=0.35). This is not surprising with a small study of a lowish risk procedure. In the US, Orman et al., studied 94,768 liver transplant...
- under a metre thick. This reddish clay is easily formed into bricks at the lowish temperatures attainable in a wood fired kiln and gained the name brickearth...
- local food-processing factories, in agriculture or in nearby RAF bases on lowish incomes", and "very few professional families" sent children to Coteland's...
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