Examples of lowlife in a Sentence
hanging around with a bunch of lowlifes
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The various grumpy lowlifes that Jill has to talk to (played by Nelson Franklin, Reeve Carney, and Greta Lee, among others) are dull stock parodies of Hollywood hangers-on.
William Macy is terrific as Jerry Lundegaard, a naive-but-determined Minneapolis car salesman who tries to solve his debt problems by hiring two lowlifes (Steve Buscemi, Peter Stormare) to kidnap his wife (Kristin Rudrud).
And there is teeming, glorious Tokyo, whose blossoming trees and lowlife nightclubs have been his most reliable muse.
One of the biggest mysteries in the Star Wars franchise was seemingly solved in The Last Jedi, when Rey learned her parents were nothing but lowlife junkers who traded their daughter to get off the planet.
Artie’s spent his youth in a brothel getting punched by johns, training in martial arts, and running a small racket with his lowlife Londinium pals.
Then some lowlife kicked out the circular section of the right taillight while the car was legally parked at a metered spot in Culver City, where The Wizard of Oz was filmed in 1938 and 1939.
Her killer, 34-year-old Alexander Bonds, was a lowlife and prison parolee with untreated mental illness.
Instead, many scary exploits are available (thanks in part to breaches at the NSA) to rogue nation states or ordinary lowlifes who purchase them on the Internet.
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LOWLIFE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of lowlife for English Language Learners
: a bad person : a person of low moral character
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