low-down

2 ENTRIES FOUND:

low–down

adjective \ˈlō-(ˌ)dan\

: morally bad : dishonest and unfair

Full Definition of LOW-DOWN

1
:  contemptible, base <a low–down dirty liar>
2
:  deeply emotional <low–down blues>

First Known Use of LOW-DOWN

1850

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