Low-water mark



noun
1.
the lowest point reached by a low tide.
2.
something indicating the bottom of a decline.
3.
the lowest or least admirable level:
the low-water mark of political chicanery.
noun
1.
the level reached by seawater at low tide or by other stretches of water at their lowest level
2.
the lowest point or level; nadir

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