Examples of lowlight in a Sentence
That meal turned out to be one of the lowlights of our vacation.
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Right-hander Mike Wright recorded another promising relief performance that might go unnoticed within the lowlights of another Orioles loss.
The lowlight was a try at a running catch on a slicing fly ball hit by Johan Camargo that Thames initially gloved but couldn't corral completely before the ball popped out and plopped onto the top of the wall.
With ease the teenager lists when and where the tractors in his dad's collection were made and who their companies' founders were along with highlights and lowlights of the firms' histories.
Among the lowlights have been a 31-pitch, four-run fifth inning in a loss to the Washington Nationals last week and a 7-3 defeat Sunday against the Atlanta Braves that ruined a potential road sweep.
Yohander Mendez: His season highlight was a lowlight, as he was optioned back to Round Rock after only one MLB start following a violation of team rules last month in Kansas City.
Bullion's production for the Conspirators hits most of the Twitter lowlights from the last few years without adding much to them.
Fans could turn his poor defensive efforts into an 8.5-minute lowlight reel.
McMillen also did a lowlight application to gently lighten the ends and add dimension to the regrowth without completely covering it up.
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LOWLIGHT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of lowlight for English Language Learners
: something (such as an event or a detail) that is very unpleasant or dull : the worst part of something
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