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bargain counter

noun
1.
a counter or area in a retail store where merchandise is sold at reduced prices.
Origin of bargain counter
1885-1890
1885-90
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  • "Ask him if there's a bargain counter anywhere in the dining-room," whispered Peaches.

  • What I learned from Pauline was that most of it came by way of the bargain counter.

    A Woman of Genius Mary Austin
  • Only by its sufferance of the bargain counter and of sweatshop-made goods has the nuisance existed as long as it has.

    A Ten Year War Jacob A. Riis
  • Now, see here—I 'm not on the bargain counter for money or anything else.

    Beth Norvell Randall Parrish
  • There's a lovely pattern on the bargain counter at Shell's for fourteen cents, all over roses.

    Just Sixteen. Susan Coolidge
  • You can not buy it on a bargain counter; it is a staple product and demands full value--the sublimest qualities of your being.

    A Fleece of Gold Charles Stewart Given
  • I am not going to put myself on the bargain counter any longer by going around as though I had a skim milk opinion of myself.

    The Victorious Attitude Orison Swett Marden
  • Only by its sufferance of the bargain counter and of sweat-shop-made goods has the nuisance existed as long as it has.

    The Battle with the Slum Jacob A. Riis.
  • Im going shopping with itshopping for some bargain counter health, replied the tall boy.

    The Last of the Flatboats George Cary Eggleston
  • During all this time a middle-aged woman had been sitting on a stool beside the bargain counter.

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