Definition for affordable

adjective as in inexpensive

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Example Sentences

To that end, Foundry is launching operations in places with affordable and abundant power, including Georgia, Kentucky, North Carolina, and upstate New York.

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His election will move forward the fight to provide affordable healthcare for all and economic and judicial equality.

Desert Control is currently working on scaling up its production operations and bringing LNC’s costs down, hoping to ultimately make the product affordable to farmers in low-income countries.

It was about this display of affordable abundance available to American consumers.

The Affordable Care Act is safely embedded, with repeal unlikely even with a freshly minted Republican Senate.

And they also expect those products to remain affordable and taste great.

Jonathan Gruber, the economist who helped design Romneycare and the Affordable Care Act, falls on his sword before Congress.

The borough officially became the least affordable place to live in America.

The Affordable Care Act was always a short-term political loser with respect to middle-class voters.

And never were books published at more affordable prices than today.

A future of hope and opportunity requires that all our citizens have affordable and available health care.

Changing the tax code is a vital and necessary step to making health care affordable for more Americans.

We share a common goal: making health care more affordable and accessible for all Americans.

We make basic health insurance affordable for all low-income people not now covered.


On this page you'll find 19 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to affordable, such as: cheap, economical, fair, low-cost, modest, and bargain.

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