You might not have been so cheap this year and accepted a hand-me-down (I mean ALL they want is the candy anyhow).
The heaps of gifted and hand-me-down pink frilly clothes and accessories grew far faster than we were able to sort and store them.
I have no hand-me-down solution for that; it is the biggest problem that I know of, and I can venture only some suggestions.
It was, in all its sad irony, the vulgar "hand-me-down that!"
That's the flat truth, and I'd like to shake your Jake Kasker out of his suit of hand-me-down clothing.
He was of medium height, dressed fairly well in a hand-me-down, and sported a flaming red necktie.
You're so bloody sane and smug you with your secondhand suit and hand-me-down knowledge!
The Socialist cook exchanged his greasy dungarees for a pair of hand-me-down creaseless serge pants.
For decades, collar-buttons have been on the hand-me-down shelves of humor; it is a mistake in the catalogue.
Because the hand-me-down knowledge is no longer backed by the mental capacity of a Challon.
as a modifier, attested by 1826.
: apair of hand-me-down pants/ fetch-me-down ski boots
Something, esp clothing, used by one person and then passed to another, esp to a younger sibling: I wore mostly my brother's hand-me-downs (1874+)