an opportunist, as in politics or business:
bottom feeders who buy up commercial failures.
a person having low status; loser; lowlife:
bottom feeders hanging out in seedy bars.
a person who appeals to base instincts:
Gossip columnists are the bottom feeders of journalism.
a fish that feeds on material at the bottom of a river, lake, sea, etc
an objectionable and unimpressive person or thing
Also called bottom fisher. a speculator who buys shares in companies that are performing poorly in anticipation of improved performance
A despicable, predatory person who exploits and fancies the squalid; scumsucker, sleazebag: Jesse Helms, David Duke, and other political bottom feeders
(also bottom fisher or bottom troller) A person or company that deliberately exploits those in difficulty and profits by their poverty or misfortune: which has made the bottom trollers start to take notice
An RSS aggregator.
BottomFeeder Home (http://cincomsmalltalk.com/BottomFeeder).
the lowest or deepest part of anything, as distinguished from the top: the bottom of a hill; the bottom of a page. Synonyms: base, foot, pedestal. the under or lower side; underside: the bottom of a typewriter. the ground under any body of water: the bottom of the sea. Usually, bottoms. Also called bottom land. […]
lacking a bottom. immeasurably deep. unfathomable; mysterious: a bottomless problem. without bounds; unlimited: He seems to have a bottomless supply of money. without basis, cause, or reason: a bottomless accusation. nude or nearly nude below as well as above the waist: bottomless dancers. featuring bottomless entertainers: a bottomless club. Contemporary Examples Celebrity Conspiracy Theorists: Courtney […]
hell (def 1). something that drains all one’s energy or resources. A voracious and insatiable person: Mr P is a bottomless pit An infinite resource of something omething that drains all one’s resources or causes infinite trouble
a contract, of the nature of a mortgage, by which the owner of a ship borrows money to make a voyage, pledging the ship as security. Historical Examples Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 14, Slice 6 Various Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 5, Slice 8 Various Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 4, Slice 3 Various […]