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[loh-prahyst] /ˈloʊˈpraɪst/
selling at a low price; inexpensive; cheap.
Origin of low-priced
1715-25 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • The electronics industry will probably have developed a low-priced radar unit for driving in the fog.
  • Its low-priced manufactures give western consumers more buying power.
  • The worry is that the growth of two low-priced alternatives will persuade couch potatoes that films can be had cheaply.
  • They are accused of visiting a retailer and purchasing a low-priced item.
  • But now, a new generation of attractively designed and low-priced screens are looking to lure in consumers.
  • But the low-priced firewall is as security-obsessed as any dedicated box, and every stray packet kicks off an array of alerts.
  • The crafty pests live not only in low-priced accommodations but also in expensive, tony hotels.
  • Ask the planner to compare his or her recommendations with low-priced alternatives.
  • Penny stocks are low-priced shares of small companies.
  • We find that while depth increases for all stocks, spreads widen significantly for the low-priced stocks.

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