- 1An unlawful blow that lands below an opponent’s waist: the referee hadn’t seen the low blow and declined to call a timeoutMore example sentences
- He scored a knockdown and Trinidad got penalized a point for a low blow.
- Ref Rudy Charles went down and Jarrett hit Rhodes with a low blow and got Charles' belt.
- In round 8 Yates again interfered in the action when he deducted a point off of Soto-Karas for an inadvertent low blow.
- 1.1A comment or tactic regarded as unfair or unkind: his mockery of Elizabeth’s work seemed like a low blowMore example sentences
- The SNP supporter then struck a low blow, musing that it would cost less to hire him to make films in Scotland than it was costing to build the new parliament.
- They will say that criticism of his record on security-related issues unfairly impugns his patriotism and is therefore a low blow.
- Workers have copped the ultimate low blow - being forced to teach their Brazilian successors tricks-of-the-trade during their last weeks at the plant.
More definitions of low blowDefinition of low blow in:
- The US English dictionary