low•ballPronunciation: (lō'bôl"), [key]
a game of draw poker in which the player having the lowest-ranking hand wins the pot.
to deliberately estimate a lower 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.
to engage in lowballing.
engaged in or characteristic of lowballing: a lowball bid.
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