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Rock-bottom   /rɑk-bˈɑtəm/   Listen
Rock-bottom

adjective
1.
Well below normal (especially in price).  Synonym: reduced.






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"Rock-bottom" Quotes from Famous Books



... fur on his knee. For an old-timer like himself, things weren't too hot in this world. Fur didn't bring much of a price any more, and he couldn't get it in as he had when he was younger. His wants were simple, but there was a certain rock-bottom minimum he had to have. Too, the winters were starting to bother him a little, the arthritis in his hands was getting worse every year, times he hardly had the strength in his left hand, which was the worst, to hold an ax. Another five, ten, years and it would be the Pioneers' Home for him—if he ...
— Cat and Mouse • Ralph Williams



Words linked to "Rock-bottom" :   low, reduced



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