from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- adjective Despicable; base.
- adjective Gloomy; depressed.
- adjective Earthy; funky.
- noun Correct information or details.
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- adjective idiomatic, slang, US Of no value.
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Shame on this country, shame on the white MINORITY to play such dirty, low-down tricks on a President who won the MAJORITY of this countries votes!!!
When I finally got the low-down about what the richest nation in the world offered for the holiday season from a diplomat of another country, I learned that the food and drink consisted of some chips, cheese bits, and soft drinks.
SF Scope has the low-down on genre-related productions that have been honored.
Whitechapel Gallery, E1, Wed to 16 SepSkye SherwinVenues throughout Birmingham and the Black Country stage a massive high cultural recognition of an art form that, initially emerging from the area, surely lays claim to being the most unashamedly low-down cultural phenomenon of all time: heavy metal.
The Sestak Affair shows his true core – a low-down dirty crook.
But just in case it isn't, we got the low-down on the film from the NYC comedy troupe called Derrick that's responsible for this (hilarious) madness.
Mr. Erdogan has called the main opposition leader, Kemal Kilicdaroglu "a walking lie machine," as well as "shameless, immoral and low-down."
That he should have figured out that the woman he loved was a low-down, lying skunk?
Looking at the low-down clouds, I wonder why it is that Schrödinger's work is one of the few pieces of modern Quantum physics that artists have latched onto.
After the tears and the emotions of loss, I came to my characteristic conclusion that it was time to make lemonade of life's latest crop of low-down lemons.