Definition of inexpensive
: reasonable in price : cheap
Examples of inexpensive in a Sentence
inexpensive but pretty jewelry that can be worn every day
Recent Examples of inexpensive from the Web
Dr. Gabriele Saccone, an OB-GYN at the University of Naples Federico II in Italy and an author of the study, added that chewing gum after a C-section is a simple and inexpensive way for women to help get the gut moving again.
This might be less of a blow for women who take relatively inexpensive, generic birth-control pills, but those seeking IUDs—which typically run in the hundreds of dollars—would definitely feel the impact.
But other than the portside stands that sell inexpensive food for sailors and dock workers, Genoa’s cuisine is adamantly terrestrial.
Big Bun specializes in big, inexpensive burgers, the kind where to-go orders make your car smell like burger for a couple of days afterward.
Some are inexpensive, but others can cost five figures.
Australian pedophiles are notorious for taking inexpensive vacations to nearby Southeast Asian and Pacific island countries to abuse children there.
The shelters are inexpensive, up to $40 a month for a small unit, and have built-in water, electricity, and sewage.
Vita failed out of the gate, and Sony's plan to turn things around was to not turn things around---just provide inexpensive ports of existing software.
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Definition of inexpensive for English Language Learners
: low in price : not expensive
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