Examples of cheapen in a Sentence
products cheapened by sloppy workmanship
Using the national flag in advertising only cheapens it.
Poor marketing can cheapen a brand name.
I thought that the show cheapened the lives of the people it portrayed.
The wedding ceremony was cheapened by the best man's tasteless jokes.
Recent Examples of cheapen from the Web
And Christians deserve a good film about faith: a film that shows the triumph of good over evil without cheapening that struggle.
Still, MoviePass is not without its critics, as some theater exhibition chains — most notably AMC — have criticized the service for allegedly cheapening the moviegoing experience.
Trump cheapens the value of significant words by overusing and misusing them.
Without even seeing the film, several Rajput activists complained that Padmavati’s clothes were too skimpy; a dream sequence between her and the Muslim invader was inappropriate; and the heroism of their revered queen had been cheapened.
His contention was that a culture of outrage was cheapening our anger.
This is top-shelf brisket that melts in your mouth and shouldn’t be cheapened with bread nor sauce.
All of this is cheapened, though, when the show posts photos to Instagram of Milo Ventimiglia's hospital face (see below) for seemingly no reason.
Putting him among the likes of Munoz and Ogden cheapens the entire Hall. —Kyle H. Everyone has an opinion, Kyle.
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CHEAPEN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of cheapen for English Language Learners
: to cause (something) to be of lower quality
: to cause (something) to have or to seem to have less value, meaning, or importance
CHEAPEN Defined for Kids
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