Etymology
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lowness (n.)

early 13c., from low (adj.) + -ness. Tindale and Coverdale have lowth "lowness" (with -th (2)) in Romans viii.39.

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Definitions of lowness

lowness (n.)
a position of inferior status; low in station or rank or fortune or estimation;
Synonyms: low status / lowliness
lowness (n.)
a feeling of low spirits;
he felt responsible for her lowness of spirits
Synonyms: downheartedness / dejectedness / low-spiritedness / dispiritedness
lowness (n.)
the quality of being low; lacking height;
he was suddenly aware of the lowness of the ceiling
lowness (n.)
a low or small degree of any quality (amount or force or temperature etc.);
he took advantage of the lowness of interest rates
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