inexpensive

adjective
in·ex·pen·sive | \ ˌi-nik-ˈspen(t)-siv \

Definition of inexpensive 

: reasonable in price : cheap

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Other words from inexpensive

inexpensively adverb
inexpensiveness noun

Examples of inexpensive in a Sentence

inexpensive but pretty jewelry that can be worn every day

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Downtown and Over-the-Rhine have restaurants that run the price gamut from fairly inexpensive pizza and burger restaurants to the finest and priciest restaurants in the city. Polly Campbell, Cincinnati.com, "For best culinary deals, Downtown Restaurant Week coming in August," 11 July 2018 The inexpensive hair accessory is actually the ideal tool to keep a neat royal bun looking, well, neat and royal. Jenna Rosenstein, Harper's BAZAAR, "This is Why Kate Middleton Likes to Wear Hairnets," 11 July 2018 The first challenge is economic: Sativa delivers inexpensive water to 1,600 homes in Compton and Willowbrook, and finding a replacement has been hard. Shelby Grad, latimes.com, "Essential California: Wildfires rage in a record heat wave," 7 July 2018 Gordon, Landry and Corey Coleman will curb his target upside, but Njoku is an inexpensive tight end with easy top-10 upside at the position. Michael Beller, SI.com, "Fantasy Football 2018 Sleepers: Why You Shouldn’t Overlook Eli Manning," 3 July 2018 Shakoor says his customer base is split between diners seeking specifically halal and those just after an inexpensive, fresh, flavorful lunch. Kate Washington, sacbee, "Halal cuisine has blossomed around Sacramento. Here's a rundown of places to check out," 29 June 2018 These companies have the ability to buy back very inexpensive stock. Fortune, "Here’s What Analysts Are Saying About Amazon Buying PillPack," 28 June 2018 There’s a safer way: Pick up a few inexpensive blade covers, slide them onto your knives, and pack everything in a sturdy canvas pouch. Carla Lalli Music, Bon Appetit, "If You’re Gonna Cook on Vacation, Bring These Kitchen Tools with You," 28 June 2018 Buprenorphine and methadone are inexpensive, but administering them behind bars poses logistical challenges that can be costly. Felice J. Freyer, BostonGlobe.com, "Addicted people often end up in jail. That can be deadly for them," 9 July 2018

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First Known Use of inexpensive

circa 1846, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of inexpensive was circa 1846

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inexpensive

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of inexpensive

: low in price : not expensive

inexpensive

adjective
in·ex·pen·sive | \ ˌi-nik-ˈspen-siv \

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