bon marché

[ bawnmar-shey ]

plural bons mar·chés [bawnmar-shey]. /bɔ̃ marˈʃeɪ/. French.
  1. a bargain.

Origin of bon marché

Literally, “good market”

Words Nearby bon marché Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use bon marché in a sentence

  • This is the third new collection for Pallas, and it is selling in the Bon Marche.

  • The ladies planned to return here, and to make a visit to the famous Au Bon Marche, where cheap prices always prevail.

    The Harris-Ingram Experiment | Charles E. Bolton
  • We visited the market and had bon marche there, and at Luyties' large grocery.

    The houseboat book | William F. Waugh
  • Why the very one that you purchased at the Bon Marche, when you were making yourself agreeable to Clarisse.

    Caught In The Net | Emile Gaboriau
  • Elegance indeed had not been her natural portion, and the Bon Marche and other establishments had to make up for that.

    The Reverberator | Henry James