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The Venezuela of the late Hugo Chavez, now in turmoil, which sends in cut-rate oil, can't be permanently relied on.

Twitter is like doing cut-rate cocaine at a boring party where a lot of the guests dislike you.

Her real passion is for cocktails and designer clothes—she drops brand names like a cut-rate Bret Easton Ellis.

Cut-rate models can be had on Amazon for $100, but we think Danielle would want the pro.

Why did we buy into AIG and Citigroup when we could have actually bought Goldman whole-hog, for a cut-rate price?

For the Cut-rate had not cut his salary, which, sordidly speaking, ranked him star boarder at the Peek's.

Purkes's cut-rate grocery store will sell you all you want for ten cents each.

It seemed as if they might have banded together (as girls will) for the cut rate cruise which they had seen advertised.

The cut-rate boom is about to collapse, and there is trouble brewing in the labor organizations.

Well, you know them cut rate apartment houses, with a flossy reception room, all marble slabs and burlap panels and no elevator.


On this page you'll find 287 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to cut-rate, such as: competitive, economical, low-cost, low-priced, reasonable, and at a bargain.

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