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a dime a dozen (informal) plentiful and easily obtainable; common; cheap.
beanery (informal) a cheap restaurant.
bowery (cap.) a street in lower Manhattan and the neighborhood around it, at one time characterized by cheap bars and flophouses (prec. by "the"). [1/2 definitions]
catchpenny a cheap item. [1/2 definitions]
cheapen to cause to become cheap or cheaper. [2/4 definitions]
crummy (informal) dirty, shabby, cheap, or the like. [1/2 definitions]
cut-rate available at a reduced price; cheap. [2 definitions]
dime novel a cheap paperback novel with much adventure or romance.
flophouse (informal) a cheap, shabby hotel or rooming house.
fustian cheap; worthless. [1/5 definitions]
gaud a cheap, flashy ornament.
honky-tonk a noisy, cheap dancehall, bar, or nightclub. [1/3 definitions]
jerry-build to build in a cheap, shoddy manner. [1/2 definitions]
jerry-built built in a cheap, shoddy manner. [1/2 definitions]
meretricious appealing or attracting in a cheap, showy, or shallow way. [1/2 definitions]
neon (informal) characteristic of a gaudy urban nightlife area; cheap, colorful, and tawdry. [1/5 definitions]
pinchbeck an alloy of zinc and copper, used in cheap jewelry as a substitute for gold. [2/3 definitions]
pitchman a street vendor or seller of cheap wares, esp. at a carnival, with a colorful sales spiel. [1/2 definitions]
raunchy (informal) low in quality, appearance, or the like; careless; sloppy; cheap. [1/2 definitions]
ripoff a cheap or sleazy imitation. [1/3 definitions]
schlock things that are cheap and of poor quality.