cut-rateSEE DEFINITION OF cut-rate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CUT-RATE
His one extravagance, in the past, had been cut-rate seats in the best theatres.
Even the Cut-Rate Pharmacy itself could afford but one of each.
The Euphoriatorium was a large, garish place which specialized in cut-rate drugs and aphrodisiacs.
To add to my troubles Stigler advertised a cut-rate sale on garden seeds!
I wouldn't go trotting back there on a cut-rate excursion, let alone making a pilgrimage to the sacred, I mean scared, spot.
She kept up on the cut-rate game, and when people asked for things she didn't have she just sent 'em to Belcher's.
Special bargains in linen crash and batiste are offered on the same day with a cut-rate edition of "Damaged Goods."
Would you blow her to a bowl of chow mein at some chop suey joint, or could you get by with a nut sundae at a cut-rate drug store?
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.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CUT-RATE
- at a bargain
- bought for a song
- cost next to nothing
- dime a dozen
- easy on the pocketbook
- low tariff
- marked down
- on sale
- popularly priced
- real buy
- worth the money