cheapie

noun
cheap·ie | \ˈchē-pē \

Definition of cheapie 

: one that is cheap especially : an inexpensively produced motion picture

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Examples of cheapie in a Sentence

Her first camera was a cheapie.

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So first-rate cheapies like The Innkeepers and The Pact can, in theory, make a heap of profit from people who stumble across them on Netflix. Peter Opaskar, Ars Technica, "Hereditary is catnip for fans of slow-burn horror movies," 9 June 2018 Panasonic RP-TCM125 Don't let dad suffer with the cheapie earbuds that came with his phone. Fox News, "Father's Day Tech Gifts for Dad: Wireless Speakers and Headphones," 9 June 2017 Panasonic RP-TCM125 Don't let dad suffer with the cheapie earbuds that came with his phone. Fox News, "Father's Day Tech Gifts for Dad: Wireless Speakers and Headphones," 9 June 2017 Playing in what was the worst park in the American League last year for home runs, and with a lineup full of journeymen and second-tier cheapie pickups, the A’s have done something remarkable: become one of the best power-hitting teams in baseball. SI.com, "27. Oakland A’s (24–32, minus-62, LT: 22)," 4 June 2017 That includes even the 35-yard cheapie Sounders keeper Stefan Frei let deflect off his hands for the game’s opening goal. Geoff Baker, The Seattle Times, "Sounders threw Roman Torres in at forward to ‘be an animal’ ahead of team record comeback," 1 May 2017 Most notably, all Camrys—even the cheapie L—come standard with adaptive cruise control, forward-collision warning, lane-departure warning with steering assist, and automatic high-beams, a package dubbed Toyota Safety Sense P. Joe Lorio, Car and Driver, "2018 Toyota Camry: More Power, More Mileage, and More Money," 21 June 2017 A $240 Topshop cheapie (in red-carpet fashion terms, at least) from Nordstrom.com. Rachel Tashjian, Vanities, "Bryce Dallas Howard: The Everywoman’s Red-Carpet Icon," 29 Jan. 2017 A $240 Topshop cheapie (in red-carpet fashion terms, at least) from Nordstrom.com. Vanityfair.com, VanityFair.com, "Bryce Dallas Howard: The Everywoman’s Red-Carpet Icon," 29 Jan. 2017

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First Known Use of cheapie

circa 1898, in the meaning defined above

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cheapie

noun

English Language Learners Definition of cheapie

: something that is cheap and usually of low quality

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