Definition of 'at a low ebb'
Example sentences containing 'at a low ebb'
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With his own tolerance at a low ebb, he found it difficult not to tell Agnes to keep her mouth shut. UNREASONABLE DOUBT (2003)Not surprisingly, her creativity was at a low ebb, so she was doggedly blocking out basic shapes to use later. DEATH IN FASHION (2003)The raid was at a low ebb, but there was a curious tension in the air, as though electricity had leaked like water. HUMAN VOICES (2003)
Synonyms of 'at a low ebb'
at a low point, at rock bottom, not successful, not profitable
Definition of at a low ebb from the Collins English Dictionary
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