lowball definition

  • noun:
    • the positioning of this basketball on an American railroad ball signal that indicated avoid.
    • A form of poker in which the lowest-ranking poker hand wins the cooking pot. Usually the ace could be the lowest-ranking card, straights and flushes never count making the best possible hand being A, 2, 3, 4, 5 no matter suits (in comparison to deuce-to-seven lowball.)
    • a type of cribbage when the first to rating 121 (or 61) could be the loser.
    • An unmixed liquor drink served on ice or liquid in a brief glass.
    • A poker game where lowest-ranking hand gains.
  • verb:
    • to provide an intentionally reduced estimation of such a thing, not always with misleading intent.
    • To give (a client) a deceptively good deal or expense estimate that one does not have any objective of honoring or even prepare an expense estimation deliberately and misleadingly reasonable.
    • which will make an offer really below an item's real worth, frequently to make use of the seller's frustration or desire to sell them rapidly.
    • make a deliberately reduced estimation
  • verb-transitive:
    • to give a deceptively low estimation of cost of (product or services); -- a sales technique to cause people purchasing.

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