lowborn[ loh-bawrn ]SEE DEFINITION OF lowborn
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LOWBORN
He would not permit himself to love the lowborn or the poor.
Should he be more cowardly, baser, weaker than the lowborn and wretched?
"I am a lowborn, miserable villain," declared the Chief Steward, humbly.
The villain is a villain because he is the son of a lowborn and base stonemason.
It is only for the lowborn virgin to be taught it by some highborn youth.
She believed that she would be a bad mother to the offspring of the lowborn lover whom she hated more than ever.
Such was the case of the young and lowborn lover of Consuelo in George Sand's romance.
People may smile at my feeling so sad and concerned about a servant, a common, lowborn page-boy.
The grace of her attitude, and the easy decision of her whole manner, assured him that she was not lowborn.
The churl should not have the same wergeld as the thane because he is lowborn.