unexpensive

unexpensive

(ˌʌnɪkˈspɛnsɪv)
adj
another word for inexpensive
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Concerning the anguish of discovering what is going on in the womb being more present among the middle and upper classes (3), this is also present in the low classes, when frequently these women told us in Recife that they save up money to do an ultrassound exam in private clinics, or at times in unexpensive clinics.
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.
"In this economic and financial crisis that puts into question the existence of many companies one has to profit from the fact that we are in the very middle, between the East and the West.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.
One attack was shown to work over a distance of 20 metres.In their work the researchers used a radio antenna to "fully or partially recover keystrokes" by spotting the electromagnetic radiation emitted when keys were pressed.In a web posting they added: "no doubt that our attacks can be significantly improved, since we used relatively unexpensive equipments [sic]."