First Known Use of rock-bottom
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Examples of rock bottom in a Sentence
After years of heavy drug use, she has finally reached rock bottom.
Their marriage has hit rock bottom.
Recent Examples of rock bottom from the Web
Little surprise, then, that interest rates are still close to rock bottom.
That was rock bottom, morale in the program was gone, and many assumed Bruce Weber would be fired.
Another family sitcom, but this one is not quite so family-friendly: The raunchy story of a wealthy clan that hits rock bottom returns for its fourth season on Wednesday.
Some of the better areas are channel edges in 10 to 20 feet with rock bottom or other structure, and areas where side channels meet the main channel, particularly if there's exposed rock or shell on bottom.
New Orleans surprisingly transformed into an offensive juggernaut during the month of December, but it has been held to 106.4 points per possession in January, and the team's struggles hit rock bottom on Wednesday.
Keri Hilson recently opened up to celebrity psychic Reginald Lewis during The Steve Harvey Show about hitting rock bottom and plans to return to music.
The changes since last September, the rock bottom of the Silverliner crisis, are dramatic.
That helps explain why the state went from the fourth-fastest growing in 2012 (D.C. was first that year) to rock bottom in 2017.
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Definition of rock bottom for English Language Learners
: the lowest possible level or point
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