An insult which indicates that the recipient is a member of society's lowest levels. This may have stemmed from Elizabethean times, when the poorer viewers at a theatre had to watch from the ground (hence their nickname, 'Groundlings'), which had no seats. The wealthier atendees, however, had nice chairs and overhangs, preventing them from getting wet.
Stop stealing from my mailbox, you bottom-dweller!
1. A fish that lives and feeds on the bottom of a body of water; a scavenger that feeds low on the food chain; a bottom-feeder such as carp and catfish.
2. A person of low character, having no scruples; a selfish, conniving and amoral person; a scumbag.
Karl Rove -- political strategist, dirty trickster and all-around bottom-dweller -- is known to some as "Bush's brain."
The french fries that fall out of the fast food container and end up at the bottom of the bag.
Joe always eats the bottom dwellers before he eats his burger.
A term used to describe the bottom of the order in Softball/Baseball with enormous balls in the clutch and a flare for the dramatic.
Used to describe a fearless bottom of the order which supports a phenomenal lineup at the top.
In addition to their regular beast players like Refik who hit 3 HR, and Rajab with his HR, the bottom dwellers, especially Naiem played tremendously well and were the game changers.
Damn, clutch walk off hit Bur. You are the king of the bottom dwellers.