low-down

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low-down (comparative more low-down, superlative most low-down)

  1. (idiomatic, slang, US) Of no value.
    • 2007, Olive Ann Burns, Cold Sassy Tree‎, page 16:
      No-count. Even low-down. I still don't see how Loma could of married into that sharecropper white trash.

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