below


From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:

Below \Be*low"\, prep. [Pref. be- by + low.]
   1. Under, or lower in place; beneath not so high; as, below
      the moon; below the knee. --Shak.
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   2. Inferior to in rank, excellence, dignity, value, amount,
      price, etc.; lower in quality. "One degree below kings."
      --Addison.
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   3. Unworthy of; unbefitting; beneath.
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            They beheld, with a just loathing and disdain, . . .
            how below all history the persons and their actions
            were.                                 --Milton.
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            Who thinks no fact below his regard.  --Hallam.
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   Syn: Underneath; under; beneath.
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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:

Below \Be*low"\, adv.
   1. In a lower place, with respect to any object; in a lower
      room; beneath.
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            Lord Marmion waits below.             --Sir W.
                                                  Scott.
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   2. On the earth, as opposed to the heavens.
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            The fairest child of Jove below.      --Prior.
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   3. In hell, or the regions of the dead.
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            What business brought him to the realms below.
                                                  --Dryden.
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   4. In court or tribunal of inferior jurisdiction; as, at the
      trial below. --Wheaton.
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   5. In some part or page following.
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