stoop to

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Is there no depth Cameron and his cronies will not stoop to in their attempts to scare the voters of this country into voting to remain in the EU.
3 : to do something that is petty, deceitful, or morally wrong <He would never stoop to lying.
But Culture Secretary Christine Albanel got in a medal muddle as she dropped the gong in Paris - and had to stoop to pick it up.
The step up to two miles and five furlongs clearly suited Bagan, who had taken the measure of Stoop To Conquer when that rival fell at the last.
England's coach Stuart Lancaster was among the sold-out crowd at The Stoop to cast an eye over Harlequins' exciting youngsters.