He later apologized, saying it was a “low blow and I take it back.”
Violet walks all over her two youngest daughters, but Barbara matches her, low blow for low blow.
“Race to me is a low blow that people just use when they have nothing real to hate on,” she told the magazine.
And with this low blow to main rival Hillary Clinton in the final debate, it showed.
He had no idea I wasn't interested in his other hanky-panky, but could tell I had had a low blow.
An unfair and malicious stroke; cheap shot: ''They'd be rendered mute if they couldn't use sports analogies.'' ''Low blow, Alice''
[1940s+; fr the illegal blow below the belt in boxing]