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What is the opposite of highest?

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Opposite of superseding others in importance or status
“In a result that shocked everyone, the third-seeded player was knocked out by the lowest seed in the competition.”
Opposite of being at the highest level or point
“Return the fantasy books to the bottommost shelf, and arrange them in alphabetical order.”
Opposite of being the tallest in comparison to others
“People called him Titch, a contraction of his surname, but, truth be told, he was also titchy, the shortest boy in the whole school.”
Opposite of present as the strongest or main element
Opposite of of the greatest possible degree or amount
Opposite of being the best or most extreme example of its kind
“They would often accuse me of being closed-minded, which was about the worst insult anyone could have thrown at me.”
Opposite of being of principal rank, status or importance
“If the supervisor finds a conflict of interest, the supervisor must relieve the subordinate employee of duty and responsibility.”
Opposite of superseding others in importance or status
“The basic premise of the story is that noble birth doesn't guarantee a noble person and nobility can be present in the humble peasant.”
Opposite of the most important in terms of rank or status
“She has years of experience as an assistant manager and is very eager to take the next step.”
Opposite of superseding others in importance or status
Opposite of having influence or power
“The errand boy was an insignificant person, mostly unrecognized by those around him.”
(neutral or positive) Opposite of of a high or the highest degree or intensity
“He is a cautious driver who tends to drive at moderate speeds.”
Opposite of the greatest or most extreme extent or amount
Opposite of superlative for at an elevated position
“Arthur Morgan crouched low so as not to startle the deer.”
Opposite of superlative for indicative, or showing signs, of wealth or luxury
“He chose to live modestly to ensure that his financial future would be secure.”
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