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  • as incheap
  • as inlow-cost
  • as ineconomical

synonyms for bought for a song

  • competitive
  • economical
  • low-cost
  • low-priced
  • reasonable
  • at a bargain
  • bargain
  • bargain-basement
  • bargain-counter
  • budget
  • buy
  • cheapo
  • cost next to nothing
  • cut-price
  • cut-rate
  • depreciated
  • dime a dozen
  • easy on the pocketbook
  • half-priced
  • irregular
  • low tariff
  • lowered
  • marked down
  • moderate
  • nominal
  • on sale
  • popularly priced
  • real buy
  • reduced
  • sale
  • standard
  • steal
  • uncostly
  • undear
  • utility
  • worth the money
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antonyms for bought for a song

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  • expensive
  • unreasonable
  • costly
  • dear
  • excellent
  • noble
  • precious
  • priceless
  • sophisticated
  • superior
  • upper
  • valuable
  • worthy
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.
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WORDS RELATED TO BOUGHT FOR A SONG

  • at a bargain
  • bargain
  • bargain-basement
  • bargain-counter
  • bought for a song
  • budget
  • buy
  • cheapo
  • competitive
  • cost next to nothing
  • cut-price
  • cut-rate
  • depreciated
  • dime a dozen
  • easy on the pocketbook
  • economical
  • half-priced
  • irregular
  • low tariff
  • low-cost
  • low-priced
  • lowered
  • marked down
  • moderate
  • nominal
  • on sale
  • popularly priced
  • real buy
  • reasonable
  • reduced
  • sale
  • standard
  • steal
  • uncostly
  • undear
  • utility
  • worth the money
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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