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Turning a marvelous, ambiguous shot into a guessing game cheapens the shot.

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Luckily, there are several fantastic options out there for an inexpensive pair that doesn’t cheapen the listening experience.

Plus, says Clayton, putting in an Ethernet-wired mesh system can increase your home’s value by 10 to 15 percent—not to mention cheapen the cost of other projects down the line, like security camera systems.

In 2012, the “Israel-right-or-wrong” crowd continued to cheapen the very serious issue of anti-Semitism.

Does complaining about political rhetoric cheapen the deaths, or does it give them added meaning?

The first are books that bring added value to the popular, the second cheapen the whole proposition of publishing.

We came not to any agreement, but did cheapen several parcels, and thence away, promising to send again to them.

No, sir; 'tisn' the rule, an' us can't begin to cheapen the fee wi' a man o' your inches.

"Girls, you cheapen yourselves by lack  of purpose in life," says Rena L. Miner.

Good tools facilitate and cheapen cultivation, and increase the yield of crops, Money paid out for such tools is well expended.

He wished to cheapen everything as his own produce had been cheapened.


On this page you'll find 73 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to cheapen, such as: debase, degrade, demean, denigrate, disparage, and mar.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.