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The quality of being cheap and cheap things

bargain

noun

something you buy that costs much less than normal

bric-a-brac

noun

small objects that are not very expensive and that people buy to make their homes look nice

knick-knack

noun

a small cheap object used as a decoration

steal

noun

something that is very cheap

cheapie

noun

something that does not cost much money or is of very poor quality

knockoff

noun

a bad or cheap copy of something

tat

noun

cheap objects of bad quality

a snip

noun

something that costs less than you expect

tack

noun

objects that you do not like because they are cheap and not attractive

a little something

a present that you give someone to thank them, that is not very expensive

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chicken raffle

any random process, such as a competition in which a name is drawn from a hat

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