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low road

noun, Slang.
a method, manner, etc., that is underhand, unscrupulous, or otherwise contemptible. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • He left town by the low road that wound along the creek.
  • The cast share one thing in common: they all want to be famous and they're taking the low road to get there.
  • There are two roads to everything--a low road and a high one.
  • The twentieth century--all loop-de-loop and greed and the low road of scoundrels.
  • The play, however, takes neither the low road nor the high road.
  • The zone has extensive public lands, minimal agricultural activity and low road density.
  • We can use enforcement to block some employers from taking the low road.
  • The road soon forks into a high road and a low road.
  • Combine the low road and the high road for a pleasant seven mile loop.
  • Emphasis in access management should be on maintaining existing low road densities in areas of suitable habitat.

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