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Use "lowest" in a sentence
" The term lowest common denominator is often used to indicate a lowering of quality resulting from a desire to find common ground for many people: This falls TV programming finds the lowest common denominator of taste."
"Hard on the heels of his foolish red card at Real Madrid in the Champions League quarter-final first-leg, which he described as the lowest point of his career, he had scored twice at one end and put his body on the line at the other to ensure that his team reinvigorated their push for a fourth-placed Premier League finish."
"Mandela said he hoped international tribunals dealing with conflicts in central Africa and Europe would make an example of those who had descended to what he described as the lowest levels of barbarity."