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low blow

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlow blowlow blowAmerican English informal something unkind you say to deliberately embarrass or upset someone blow
Examples from the Corpus
low blowHe respected Ray and his willingness to fight for his ideals, but this was a low blow.Trinidad was warned for low blows twice by referee Mitch Halpern.
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