Inexpensive

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Definition

inexpensive: cheap, low-priced, not high in price
adjective

(an) expensive (watch): (a watch) that costs a lot of money, that is high in price
adjective

Examples

  • "- The lifestyle you've always dreamed of: Foreign holidays, fast cars, expensive gifts for your spouse / companion."
  • "Cost: Quite expensive"
  • "That's very expensive."
  • "I suggest making the statue out of titanium – it will be light, durable and won't corrode - but it will be more expensive."
  • "Really expensive thing on a tiny plate (seasonal)"
  • "High-quality accessories: cufflinks and watch should be understated but expensive."
  • "That could be rather expensive."
  • "-Seems expensive."
  • "Not only are private plane flights expensive and wasteful, but Horatio is terrified of machines, with the exception of his juicer."
  • "Elkie Johns , whose latest album, 'I am Elkie Johns, but who are you?', has gone into the record books for being the most expensive LP in history."

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