low-grade

[ loh-greyd ]SEE DEFINITION OF low-grade

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LOW-GRADE

Am I a low-grade perjurer—and my friend what he was working round to show?

Low-grade radium residues are used to some extent as fertilizers.

Kainit is a low-grade potash because the impurities have not been taken out.

He's the low-grade one, and she has to work overtime to make him pay.

It's as weird a collection of low-grade life-forms as I've ever seen, but not plasmoid.

The coffee is about equal to low-grade Brazil, and is used principally as a filler.

These gentlemen are all familiar with what we should call the low-grade type of imbecile.

Leather waste may sometimes be used to make a low-grade glue.

It is a low-grade ore, I should say, and tunnelling and shoring would eat it up.

Normally, he's a low-grade imbecile, but in trance-state he's wonderful.

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