Definition of lowly :
1. Having a low esteem of one's own worth; humble; meek; free from pride.
2. In a low condition; meanly.
3. In a low manner; humbly; meekly; modestly.
4. Low in rank or social importance.
5. Not high; not elevated in place; low.
6. Not lofty or sublime; humble.
mean, common, low-pitched, grim, small-scale, junior, secondary, demure, low-down, B-list, self-love, unassuming, broken, genteel, unwashed, lowborn, immoral, lower, cast down, base, low-spirited, belittled, baseborn, down in the mouth, downcast, humiliated, depressed, A-list, low-life, humbled, over, attitude, prole, simple, junior-grade, minor, plain, humble, gloomy, unpretentious, subordinate, low-toned, chief, plebeian, down, above, vulgar, miserable, low, petty, menial, lumpen, inferior, lower-ranking, ignoble, dispirited, born, mild, pocket-size, diminished, little, unskilled, minuscule, meanspirited, modest, small, basal, abject, depleted, good, lower-class, proletarian, declassed, meek, down-to-earth, elite, blue, subaltern, crushed, scurvy, below, pocket-sized, scummy, downhearted, big
lowly (part of speech: adverb)
shortly (part of speech: adverb)
vulgarly (part of speech: adverb)
glaringly, basely, idiomatically, commonly, crassly, tactlessly, rawly, outlandishly, tastelessly, barbarically, vulgarly, brazenly, colloquially, rudely, brutishly, unbecomingly, clumsily, ignobly, revoltingly, boorishly, indelicately, broadly, rankly, crudely, unseemly, gaudily, gracelessly, earthily, roughly, garishly, profanely, coarsely, inelegantly, repulsively, offensively, grossly
quietly (part of speech: adverb)
- The other laughed lowly. - "'Firebrand' Trevison", Charles Alden Seltzer.
- " Careful as I can," he laughed, lowly. - "'Firebrand' Trevison", Charles Alden Seltzer.
- In more than one country this system would have been thought imprudent, and calculated to disgust the lowly with their humble lot in life, and lead them to wander away in search of adventures. - "The Waif of the "Cynthia"", André Laurie and Jules Verne.