Definition of Bargain rate
1. Noun. A price below the standard price.
Generic synonyms: Inexpensiveness
Derivative terms: Cheap
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Literary usage of Bargain rate
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1. American Negro Slavery: A Survey of the Supply, Employment and Control of by Ulrich Bonnell Phillips (1918)
"... non-exclusive rights for making and using his own style of gins at the bargain rate of sixty dollars.22 All of these were described as roller gins; ..."
2. A Dictionary of the Panjábí Language by J. Newton (1854)
"Night. rain, rain, »•/• Unnecessary noise, disturbance, clamor; cw and 351^^. i-ii,|:"i, a. Easy, favorable, moderate, ( the terms of a bargain, rate of ..."
3. Public Policy Editorials by Allen Ripley Foote (1901)
"... purpose than that of selling out to the old company, or by injuring the business of the old company so that it can be bought out at a bargain rate. ..."