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Synonyms for lowball

make a deliberately low estimate

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Steven Leon, a vice president at Citi Habitats, said buyers making lowball offers are now likely to be disappointed.
Even the lowball figures estimating the potential economic impact of visitors at the Clinton Presidential Library are promising.
The October 24 issue of Entertainment Weekly calls Jameson "the queen of a booming industry that pulls in a lowball estimate of $10 billion a year.
But as the Kings did last year with Rob Blake, the Blackhawks are proposing a lowball contract and saying it is their final offer.
Lowball offers or complicated proposals were death.
It cannot lowball claims or delay claims hoping that the insured will settle for less.
A CEO who's just bagged two dozen birds is going to be feeling mighty good about himself, and that's when you can come in with a lowball bid.
12: Thinking you can lowball now and raise prices later.
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As evidence, Lenz referenced a recent story from The Real Deal, which revealed that the owner of a 5,600-square-foot 15 Central Park West spread had pulled his $55 million listing from the market in order to renovate, rather than dropping the price or accepting a lowball offer.
2]em and $2,500 2-7 Lowball, Wednesday $1,500 No Limit Hold'em six-handed and $2,500 Pot-Limit Omaha/Hold'em, Thursday $2,000 No Limit Hold'em and $10,000 World Championship Mixed Event, Friday $2,500 No Limit Hold'em and $2,500 Limit Hold'em six-handed.
There also are the usual angry players over the Devils lowball payroll tactics.
On the other hand, Abelson said he is troubled by companies that lowball fees to get a foot in the Manhattan doorway and then cannot meet their obligations.
The author provides helpful advice on how to handle opposing counsel's "hardball and lowball tactics.
When insureds receive a lowball estimate and realize it is not enough, they then must renegotiate with the insurance companies which often means bringing in legal professionals and public adjusters.