bottom line n.
1. the end result, the final assessment.
|Muscle for the Wing 186: The bottom line is, all these punks have got to go.|
|Source Oct. 224: Bottom line, however, nobody smacked sawed-offs to our collective mugs.|
|Source Aug. 32: Bottom line is, you gotta live this shit to be this shit.|
|Running the Books 17: Bottom line [...] this cocksucker didn’t stab you in the throat, right?|
2. something steady, reliable.
|Candy 104: Candy was the steady income, the bottom line, and I was on special projects.|