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lowlight (plural lowlights)
- A particularly bad or mediocre moment or aspect.
- 2007 September 14, Richard Sandomir, “Right Tools Help Make Right Mix in Booth”, in New York Times:
- He is not commenting on Dick Cheney’s marksmanship lowlights here.
- In hairstyling, a highlight in a darker colour rather than a lighter one.
- (transitive) To dye (part of the hair) a darker colour than the rest.