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The lowdown: K-State won four of its final five games to finish the regular season 7-5 and hopes to keep that momentum going in the Cactus Bowl.
This is Spilling the Beans, where plugged-in baristas give us the lowdown on where to go, what to do, and what to eat (and drink) in their hometown.
Christopher helps his wife bathe and then tucks her back into bed, giving her the day’s lowdown.
Fortunately, moments of contemplation are rarely afforded by a high-adrenaline staging that turns all-American angst into high and lowdown comedy.
The lowdown: Missouri is coming off a blowout win over Idaho in which Drew Lock threw five touchdowns and sat the whole fourth quarter.
Here, the lowdown on three common foot issues, the likely causes, and how to ease the discomfort.
Yes, there’s a glossary on the JuneBaby website, one that gives you the lowdown on everything from burgoo and calalu to ugali and succotash.
Before Wednesday's premiere, get the lowdown on the new players here, and get host Jeff Probst's skinny on what to expect.
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First Known Use of lowdown
First Known Use of low-down
Synonymsbase, contemptible, currish, despicable, detestable, dirty, dishonorable, execrable, ignominious, low, low-down, low-minded, mean, nasty, paltry, snide, sordid, vile, wretched
Antonymshigh, high-minded, honorable, lofty, noble, straight, upright, venerable, virtuous
Related Wordsbad, black, evil, foul, immoral, iniquitous, miscreant, wicked, wrong; cruel, vicious; blamable, blameworthy, censurable, reprehensible; corrupt, debased, debauched, degenerate, depraved, dissolute, perverted; atrocious, villainous; unethical, unprincipled, unscrupulous; discreditable, disgraceful, disreputable, shameful, unworthy
Near Antonymsethical, honest, just, principled, righteous, right-minded, scrupulous; commendable, excellent, exemplary, good, moral, right; decent, proper, reputable, respectable, seemly; blameless, guiltless; incorruptible, irreproachable; uncorrupted, unerring
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