Sinonimi: low-pitched | low-toned
1. Being at or having a relatively small elevation or upward extension.
2. Less than normal in degree or intensity or amount.
3. Unrefined in character.
4. Used of sounds and voices; low in pitch or frequency; SYN. low-pitched.
5. Very low in volume; SYN. low-toned.
In a low position; near the ground
(1860-1927) Founder of the Girl Scouts in the US. She formed a troop of 16 “Girl Guides” in Savannah 1912, based on UK scouting organizations founded by Robert Baden-Powell. Establishing national headquarters in Washington, DC 1913, she changed the name of the organization to the Girl Scouts of America (GSA).
Born in Savannah, Georgia, US and educated in New York, Low moved temporarily to England. She served as president of the GSA 1915–20 and worked tirelessly to establish Girl Scout troops throughout the US.
(1891-1963) New Zealand-born British political cartoonist, creator (in newspapers such as the London Evening Standard) of Colonel Blimp, the TUC drafthorse, and others.
1. A low level or position or degree.
2. An air mass of lower pressure; often brings precipitation; SYN. low pressure, depression.
(Scottish) To flame, blaze