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Synonyms for cheapen

Synonyms for cheapen

to become or make less in price or value

to lower in character or quality

Synonyms for cheapen

lower the grade of something

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Targeting larger attaction of citizens to participate in the national housing programs in the frames of the Forum there will be working a consultation window concerning realization of the social initiative of the President of Ukraine Available accomodation along the program of cheapening the cost of mortgage loans to provide citizens with available accommodation and the State target social economic program of construction (purchase) of available accomodation objects.
If so she is cheapening herself and it makes me feel sick.
BMW bosses were accused of cheapening the brand when they launched the 1-series but there's nothing shabby about this pocket rocket.
Part-time faculty may provide cheap labor for community colleges, but they are also cheapening educational quality, according to the American Association of University Professors.
We're sick and tired of self-centered showoffs cheapening the XXX theaters and drug-dealing neighborhood,'' one Times Square crack-addicted hooker said.
Let's be realistic, nothing less will deter the scum on our streets at present from cheapening life and laughing in the face of the justice and legal systems.
Against all probability, I hope they can resist cheapening the franchise in this way.
When will they stop ruining and cheapening the better areas?
I do not think he is "demeaning or cheapening the worship of almighty God.
What Havenstein means by her title, however, is not the appropriation of Browne's texts for democratic -- or the Good Old Cause's, or proto-Whig -- purposes: "Democratizing," for her is synonymous with debasing and cheapening, regardless of the politics involved.
This baffles the pundits in Washington, who ascribe all sorts of ills to explain it: apathy, a cheapening of moral standards, or economic self-interest.
The AIDS crisis has provided the clearest example of the cheapening of life though the calculations of socialized medicine.
Mr McCluskey hit back at Mr Cameron, accusing him of cheapening the office of Prime Minister and insisting that he fully supported Mr Miliband as Labour leader.
Those plans to do that are still very much in play and it starts, first and foremost, by having some fan representation on the board which I think is critical and it works from there to looking at how you connect the fans to the game but at the same time not cheapening the game and making it some sort of three-ringed circus.