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Synonyms for cheap

relatively low in price or charging low prices

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of very poor quality

embarrassingly stingy

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Thomas Fisher's edition of the Dream in the usual small, cheapish quarto format is thought to have been printed from Shakespeare's own handwritten copy of the final acting text.
Simply put, the Migros co-operative, with its Zurich based buyers, is only interested in introducing well priced, own label products -- 85% of its sales -- while Basle based rival Coop is a brand-orientated retailer which seems to carry a high proportion of cheapish products from its nearest neighbours.
Lee, who is mum to Declan, 18, Bethany, 15 and Leona, 10, said: "I tend to do things that are cheapish, such as going to Strathclyde Park if it's a nice day or Ayr beach or swimming.
The menu ranges from cheapish pastas and small plates to grills and blackboard specials, including tempting Ligurian fish stew with English shellfish for PS15.
I've had two cheapish holidays but I haven't any money to buy a car yet.
WITH the pound taking a daily battering, companies struggling to survive and the worries of a pandemic, a short and cheapish break in the UK never looked so appealing.
There's space for four - but not for their bags - and a range of cheapish graphics to personalise the outside
Don't hire, buy a cheapish stop-gap like a Golf GTi or BMW 3 Series at trade money from an auction, and then sell privately when your TT arrives.
You were a club member, you paid X number of quids into the pot and you could turn up at, say, Copt Heath and enjoy a cheapish round.
JAMES WATTANA was advised as a cheapish buy on the Scottish Open outright indices and, purely coincidentally, the refreshed Thai looks by far the best supremacy play today, writes Adrian Humphries.
They are cheapish to buy and maintain and worth next to nothing when they are sold off.
That was five years ago, as West Bromwich Albion manager, and the word should be cheapish as he was at least given funds from the sale of several multimillion players to spend.
It didn't help From Back Page that we gave two cheapish goals away, but we have to learn by it, prepare and get ready for Thursday.