Cheap (adjective)

  1. Low in price.
  2. Not costing a lot of money.
  3. Of poor quality.

Origin:

Old english cēap "bargain", cēapian "buy", of germanic origin; related to dutch koop and german kaufen.

Examples:

  1. He bought a cheap suit.
  2. The hotel was cheap but comfortable.
  3. The cheap price was a result of the low quality of the goods.
  4. The cheap shoes fell apart after a few days of use.
  5. The cheap paint started to peel after a few months.
Some random words: hobble, popularization, generalist