Definition of For a bargain price
1. Adverb. For a relatively small amount of money. "We bought the house for a song"
Lexicographical Neighbors of For A Bargain Price
Literary usage of For a bargain price
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Review of Reviews and World's Work by Albert Shaw (1906)
"OOO people have been waiting for a bargain price on this work. o— for 50,OOO of them. And that will end the one-third price. ..."
2. Cancun, Cozumel and Riviera Maya Alive by Bruce Conord (2005)
"There are plenty of places on Cozumel where you can get a good meal for a bargain price. If you're low on funds, the absolute cheapest places to eat are the ..."
3. British Columbia Adventure Guide by Lynn Readicker-Henderson (2004)
"It took a while, but we walked out with a pair of 200-year-old prints for a bargain price. Brendan Moss, Esq., has some great stuff. ..."
4. The Settlement Idea: A Vision of Social Justice by Arthur Cort Holden (1922)
"If these derived excessive earnings from sweated labor or labor hired for a bargain price less than a reasonable standard of living required, that woman was ..."
5. Yucatan by Bruce Conord, June Conord (2005)
"... can get a meal for a bargain price. $$$$' " " $26 to $50 We've selected a number of sit-down res- $$$$$ over $50 taurants that are well worth visiting. ..."
6. Adventure Guide to Yucatan, Cancun and Cozumel by Bruce Concord, June Concord (2003)
"... for a bargain price. If you're looking for good . IJ*8.8 than US $5 food at a good price, we've selected a number _$_$_ US $5 - 10 of sit-down ..."
7. Western Canada by Jack Altman (2002)
"For a bargain- price view from the harbour itself, cross Burrard Inlet on the public Seabus plying between its terminus, at the foot of Granville Street, ..."