inexpensive

[in-ik-spen-siv]
adjective
not expensive; not high in price; costing little.

Origin:
1830–40; in-3 + expensive

inexpensively, adverb
inexpensiveness, noun


See cheap.


costly.
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inexpensive (ˌɪnɪkˈspɛnsɪv)
 
adj
not expensive; cheap
 
inex'pensively
 
adv
 
inex'pensiveness
 
n

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Example sentences
Corn is used as inexpensive feed to fatten cows in feedlots and to make a cheap
  sweetener called high-fructose corn syrup.
Trade has provided tangible benefits such as rising productivity and more
  inexpensive and high-quality imports.
Kudzu is totally out of control, and there is no easy or inexpensive way to
  stop it.
Kilims are generally inexpensive, but old and rare pieces can cost several
  thousand dollars.
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