Definition of cheap :
1. A bargain; a purchase; cheapness.
3. Having a low price in market; of small cost or price, as compared with the usual price or the real value.
4. Of comparatively small value; common; mean.
5. To buy; to bargain.
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cheap (part of speech: adjective)
stingy (part of speech: adjective)
vulgar (part of speech: adjective)
garish, degraded, scandalous, profane, chintzy, depraved, obscene, glaring, crass, earthy, barnyard, salty, homespun, unpolished, tactless, sordid, revolting, low, idiomatic, animal, outlandish, common, sleazy, unbecoming, base, rank, boorish, ignominious, undignified, rude, colloquial, repulsive, raw, crude, graceless, tasteless, coarse-grained, inelegant, ill-bred, tawdry, unrefined, barbaric, brazen, shameless, gross, coarse, unseemly, indelicate, in bad taste, clumsy, cockney, rough, philistine, brutish, offensive, vulgar, ignoble, gaudy, broad
economical (part of speech: adjective)
- Of course, that is cheap and well within our means. - "Molly Brown's Orchard Home", Nell Speed.
- In the Belt, life was cheap. - "The Planet Strappers", Raymond Zinke Gallun.
- " It's the name of a place, then," said the Cheap Jack; " and it ain't to be expected I should know the names of all the places in the world, George, my dear." - "Jan of the Windmill", Juliana Horatia Ewing.