noun, plural lowlifes.
a despicable person, especially a degenerate or immoral person.
noun (pl) -lifes
“disreputable, vulgar,” 1794, from low (adj.) + life; as a noun, “coarse, no-good person” it is recorded from 1911. Also lowlife.
: fancies himself in love with the raucous, lowlife Doreen (1794+)
A person of reprehensible habits; bum (1909+)
/ˈləʊˌlaɪt/ noun 1. an unenjoyable or unpleasant part of an event 2. (usually pl) a streak of darker colour artificially applied to the hair
[loh-lee-hed] /ˈloʊ liˌhɛd/ noun, Archaic. 1. lowly state; lowliness.
[loh-lee] /ˈloʊ li/ adjective, lowlier, lowliest. 1. humble in station, condition, or nature: a lowly cottage. 2. in growth or position. 3. humble in attitude, behavior, or spirit; meek. adverb 4. in a low position, manner, or degree: a lowly placed shelf. 5. in a lowly manner; humbly. 6. in a quiet voice; softly: to […]
noun 1. a road or rail vehicle for heavy loads with a low platform for ease of access