low-priced

[ loh-prahyst ]SEE DEFINITION OF low-priced

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What is low-priced, as everybody knows, is often dear, and what is high-priced is often cheap.

The economic results of low-priced steel are very far-reaching.

A grocer equipped with these coffees has the Santos for his low-priced seller.

Singularly enough, the low-priced teas are the only genuine ones.

They are low-priced, and ought to be more extensively cultivated.

They are available at your book store in handsome, low-priced editions.

The Princess's Theater was not very big, and the seats were low-priced.

The only Low-Priced Press ever invented, that will do good printing.

After walking awhile he went into what looked to him like a low-priced tavern, at the corner of Wall and Broad Streets.

At these rates really choice literature is cheaper than the “trash” which in low-priced form is largely circulated.

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