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Verb: lowball  'low,bol
  1. Make a deliberately low estimate
    "The construction company wanted the contract badly and lowballed";
    - underestimate

Derived forms: lowballs, lowballed, lowballing

Type of: approximate, estimate, gauge, guess, judge

Encyclopedia: Lowball