having a comparatively small number of floors, as a motel or townhouse, and usually no elevator.
a low-rise building.
of or relating to a building having only a few storeys Compare high-rise
such a building
noun, Slang. 1. a method, manner, etc., that is underhand, unscrupulous, or otherwise contemptible.
[lou-ree] /ˈlaʊ ri/ noun 1. (Clarence) Malcolm (Boden) [bohd-n] /ˈboʊd n/ (Show IPA), 1909–57, U.S. novelist, born in England. 2. a male given name, form of . /ˈlaʊrɪ/ noun 1. another name for lory /ˈlaʊrɪ/ noun 1. L(awrence) S(tephen). 1887–1976, English painter, noted for his bleak northern industrial scenes, often containing primitive or stylized figures […]
[adjective, adverb lohs; verb lohz] /adjective, adverb loʊs; verb loʊz/ British Dialect adjective, lowser, lowsest, adverb, verb, lowsed, lowsing. 1. . /laʊz; laʊs/ adjective 1. loose verb 2. (transitive) to release; loose 3. (intransitive) to finish work 4. lowsing time, the time at which work or school finishes; knocking-off time
[loh-spir-i-tid] /ˈloʊˈspɪr ɪ tɪd/ adjective 1. depressed; dejected: He is feeling rather low-spirited today. adjective 1. depressed, dejected, or miserable