Cards. a game of draw poker in which the player having the lowest-ranking hand wins the pot.
verb (used with object)
to deliberately estimate a price for (a service or merchandise) than one intends to charge:
to lowball the cost of a move.
to give a false estimate or bid for.
verb (used without object)
to engage in lowballing.
engaged in or characteristic of lowballing:
a lowball bid.
a game of poker in which the player with the lowest hand wins
(transitive) to make a very low estimate or offer for (a service, product, company, etc)
To report as lower; reduce: Had Feldstein deliberately low-balled the original numbers?/ But he apparently lowballed the amount of money he gave Medlar
noun 1. one of a series of overlapping, sloping boards used as louvers in an opening, so arranged as to admit air but to exclude rain or cut off visibility from the outside.
noun 1. a diving board 1 meter (3.2 feet) above the water.
[loh-bawrn] /ˈloʊˈbɔrn/ adjective 1. of humble birth. /ˌləʊˈbɔːn/ adjective (rare) 1. of ignoble or common parentage; not royal or noble
[loh-boi] /ˈloʊˌbɔɪ/ noun, U.S. Furniture. 1. a chest of drawers on short legs, resembling the part of a highboy. /ˈləʊˌbɔɪ/ noun 1. (US & Canadian) a table fitted with drawers n. “chest of drawers on short legs,” 1891, a hybrid from low (adj.) + French bois “wood” (see bush).