Antonyms for low cost

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In order to produce zinc at a low cost there must be a heavy loss of metal.

The low cost, less than one-twentieth of platinum, justifies its use.

The Uitlanders contend that the concern is grossly mismanaged, and that the low cost of working is a fiction.

Economical results are attained with this compressor at low cost of construction.

All the other elements for fertilizing the soil are relatively abundant at low cost, especially in this country.

It was difficult to get the hollow rubber balls at a low cost: two cents each was quoted.

Ventilation is another household reform which will be very greatly accelerated by the presence of electric power of low cost.

The engines are working very successfully, and their simplicity enables them to be made at low cost.

Now that steel could be made in great quantities and at a low cost it was put to uses never dreamed of in former times.

The Sangleys also made very good bricks and roof-tiles at low cost.