unexpensive

unexpensive

(ˌʌnɪkˈspɛnsɪv)
adj
another word for inexpensive
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An Apology Against a Pamphlet: "For this I cannot omit without ingratitude to that providence above, who hath ever bred me up in plenty although my life hath not bin unexpensive in learning, and voyaging about, so long as it shall please him to lend mee what he hath hitherto thought good, which is anough to serve me in all honest and liberall occasions," in CPW I:929.
We have clean land and air and unexpensive labour force.
Unfortunately, it appears that the ready availability of unexpensive anti-parasitic drugs in Brazil, coupled with the prevailing view among health professionals that these are relatively safe and can be administered with minimal technical supervision, has led to the adoption of unsystematic de-worming campaigns by the Indian health service.
In a web posting they added: "no doubt that our attacks can be significantly improved, since we used relatively unexpensive equipments [sic].
Through these features it is possible the calculation of the line of sight in a unexpensive and accurate way.