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off–price

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adjective \ˈȯf-ˈprīs\

Definition of off–price

  1. :  of, relating to, selling, or being discounted merchandise <an off–price store> <off–price apparel>



1952

First Known Use of off–price

1952

Rhymes with off–price

advice, allspice, black ice, Brandeis, bride-price, brown rice, concise, cut ice, cut-price, deice, device, dry ice, entice, excise, fried rice, list price, make nice, no dice, on ice, pack ice, precise, shelf ice, strike price, white rice, wild rice


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