Examples of lowdown in a Sentence
have you heard the lowdown on the new chairman of the department?
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The laser lowdown: The cost is usually $400 to $600 per treatment.
The laser lowdown: Expect to pay $500 for just cheeks, $1,000 for full face.
Here's the lowdown on what's just hype and what's truly unhealthy. 1.
Coming up: The lowdown on Georgia, the potential gamechanger out of the Supreme Court and, as always, Trump.
Customers pair up with locals from prospective towns, who then give the lowdown on the goings-on.
Here is the lowdown on the latest spot for brews and food: 1.
Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa—to get the lowdown on everything that happened.
Here's the lowdown on DUIs in Arizona, including the state's zero-tolerance policy, extreme DUIs and super extreme DUIs.
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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
LOWDOWN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of low-down for English Language Learners
: morally bad : dishonest and unfair
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