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cheap    : [tʃ'ip]
Cheap \Cheap\ (ch[=e]p), n. [AS. ce['a]p bargain, sale, price;
akin to D. koop purchase, G. kauf, Icel. kaup bargain. Cf.
{Cheapen}, {Chapman}, {Chaffer}, {Cope}, v. i.]
A bargain; a purchase; cheapness. [Obs.]
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The sack that thou hast drunk me would have bought me
lights as good cheap at the dearest chandler's in
Europe. --Shak.
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Cheap \Cheap\, a. [Abbrev. fr. "good cheap": a good purchase or
bargain; cf. F. bon march['e], [`a] bon march['e]. See
{Cheap}, n., {Cheapen}.]
1. Having a low price in market; of small cost or price, as
compared with the usual price or the real value.
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Where there are a great sellers to a few buyers,
there the thing to be sold will be cheap. --Locke.
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2. Of comparatively small value; common; mean.
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You grow cheap in every subject's eye. --Dryden.
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{Dog cheap}, very cheap, -- a phrase formed probably by the
catachrestical transposition of good cheap. [Colloq.]
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Cheap \Cheap\, adv.
Cheaply. --Milton.
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Cheap \Cheap\, v. i.
To buy; to bargain. [Obs.] --Chaucer.
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adj 1: relatively low in price or charging low prices; "it would
have been cheap at twice the price"; "inexpensive family
restaurants" [synonym: {cheap}, {inexpensive}] [ant:
2: tastelessly showy; "a flash car"; "a flashy ring"; "garish
colors"; "a gaudy costume"; "loud sport shirts"; "a
meretricious yet stylish book"; "tawdry ornaments" [synonym:
{brassy}, {cheap}, {flash}, {flashy}, {garish}, {gaudy},
{gimcrack}, {loud}, {meretricious}, {tacky}, {tatty},
{tawdry}, {trashy}]
3: of very poor quality; flimsy [synonym: {bum}, {cheap}, {cheesy},
{chintzy}, {crummy}, {punk}, {sleazy}, {tinny}]
4: embarrassingly stingy [synonym: {cheap}, {chinchy}, {chintzy}]

155 Moby Thesaurus words for "cheap":
Mickey Mouse, NG, at cost, avaricious, bad, base, beggarly,
beneath contempt, beneath one, brummagem, budget, cheapjack,
cheaply, cheesy, chintzy, close, closefisted, coarse, common,
contemptible, crummy, debasing, degrading, demeaning, deplorable,
despicable, disgraceful, easily, easy, economic, economical,
economy, fake, flashy, for a song, fourth-class, frugal, garish,
gaudy, gimcracky, good-for-naught, good-for-nothing, gutter,
hardfisted, humiliating, humiliative, illiberal, inexpensive,
inexpensively, inferior, infra dig, infra indignitatem, irregular,
junk, junky, lousy, low, low-class, low-grade, low-priced,
low-quality, low-test, manageable, mean, measly, meretricious,
miserable, miserly, moderate, modest, near, niggardly, no-account,
no-good, nominal, not worth having, not worth mentioning,
not worthwhile, nugacious, nugatory, on the cheap, opprobrious,
ornery, outrageous, paltry, pathetic, penny-pinching, penurious,
petty, phony, pinchfisted, pinching, pitiable, pitiful, poor,
popular, punk, reasonable, reasonably, reduced, rotten, rubbishy,
sad, save-all, scandalous, scrubby, scruffy, scummy, scurvy,
scuzzy, second-best, second-class, second-rate, seedy, sensible,
shabby, sham, shameful, shocking, shoddy, sleazy, sorry, stingy,
tacky, tatty, tawdry, terrible, third-class, third-rate, tight,
tight-fisted, tightfisted, tinny, token, too bad, trashy, trifling,
trivial, trumpery, two-bit, two-for-a-cent, two-for-a-penny,
twopenny, twopenny-halfpenny, unbecoming, unexpensive, ungenerous,
unworthy of one, valueless, vile, within means, worth the money,
worthless, wretched, wrong

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