|(British) tawdry, loud, cheap; shabby, worn-out, in poor condition||tatty|
|(Canadian and American Slang) cheap stew, unappetizing stew||slumgullion|
|(Slang) alcoholic liquor (especially one that is of low-quality or illegally manufactured); marijuana (Slang), cheap or illegal alcohol, hootch, small thatched hut; dormitory, living quarters; home where a man maintains a prostitute or mistress, troops...||hooch|
|(Slang) waitress or waiter in a hash house (restaurant where cheap food is served)||hasher|
|a rustic; rude and insensitive person, boor; cheap or stingy person||chuff|
|acquire something by payment, be buyer for company or individual, believe something, bribe somebody, exchange of money for goods, obtain something by sacrifice, obtain time, purchase, obtain by paying money, purchase; something purchased at a cheap pri...||buy|
|alluring in a vulgar or gaudy way; wanton, lewd; cheap, loud; of or pertaining to a prostitute; deceptive, based on a falsehood, misleadingly plausible, of prostitutes, superficially attractive||meretricious|
|amount costing a penny, amount that has a value of one cent; small amount, bargain||pennyworth|
|amusement, amusing, behave playfully, cheap and flamboyant, enjoyable, entertaining, laughter, entertainment, pleasure, mockery, something amusing||fun|
|any coin of small value; penny; worthless thing, small coin, small-minded, Spanish-American coin, trifling, trifling thing, worthless; cheap, low in value; trivial||picayune|
|article of adornment worn for show, cheap clothing; cheap jewelry; showiness; triviality, unimportant matter, ostentation, something trifling||frippery|
|artificial gold; alloy of copper and zinc used to imitate gold, cheap copy, fake, counterfeit, not genuine, gold-colored metal alloy, imitation, made of pinchbeck||pinchbeck|
|avaricious, cheap or stingy, extremely small||miserly|
|bag or pouch, cheap or economical, enter in budget, financial plan, live within spending limits, money for specific purpose, of or relating to a financial plan; inexpensive, plan for allocating resources, plan spending, prepare a financial plan; make f...||budget|
|be a close friend, associate intimately, be friends, cheap trinkets, chum salmon, fish bait, buddy (Slang), go with, share room with somebody, use fish chum, way of addressing man||chum|
|being one inch long, cheap, tuppenny, two-cent||twopenny|
|boat, cheap stuff, discard, flat-bottomed Chinese sailing ship with square sails, heroin, material which has been thrown out or discarded, trash, refuse, something which is useless or worthless; heroin or other narcotic (Slang), nonsense, rubbish, thro...||junk|
|bunk, nonsense; cheap humor, melodrama, excessive sentimentality (in a play or drama), unnecessary theatrics||hokum|
|capacity, cape, carton, case, catcher, Catholic, Celtic, cent, centavo, centime, century, chancellor, chapter, chief, church, circa, companion, conservative, consul, copy, copyright, corps, court, cup||C.|
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