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All the while you are cheapening, he fears you will not bite; but he laughs in his sleeve when he hath cozened you in earnest.
Charles Knight will ever be remembered with honour as the great pioneer in the cheapening of good literature.
PRICES OF BOOKSHENRY B. WHEATLEY
The curtailing of food and raw material exports may benefit her home industries by cheapening production.
Melina had taken up his quarters in the inn where Philina staid, and he very soon began a system of cheapening and higgling.
If it had not been for commerce, the cheapening and quickening of communication could never have been carried out.
In 1882, however, a machine for doing this was invented, thereby dispensing with the old hand method and cheapening the operation.
The cheapening the price of some of the prime necessaries of life would be to some extent divided between capital and labour.
You can make a people dirty by denying them water, you can make a people cleaner by cheapening and enforcing bath-rooms.
In cheapening herself, Enid had lowered the value of everybody connected with her.
MRS. THOMPSONWILLIAM BABINGTON MAXWELL
Milly soon perceived that a woman must cheapen herself at the job, and by cheapening herself lose her qualification.
ONE WOMAN'S LIFEROBERT HERRICK

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