verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
Origin of cheapen
Examples from the Web for cheapen
In 2012, the “Israel-right-or-wrong” crowd continued to cheapen the very serious issue of anti-Semitism.
The first are books that bring added value to the popular, the second cheapen the whole proposition of publishing.
She was pushed by a bad desire to force from him a more complete self-revelation, to cheapen him in some way and break him up.The Far Horizon|Lucas Malet
He loved with single heart and refused to cheapen himself or his love.White Fang|Jack London
All incentives to cheapen goods, or to adulterate food products, would vanish.Solaris Farm|Milan C. Edson
It was he left us the cheap tea; to cheapen it he did, that was at that time a shilling for one bare ounce.The Kiltartan History Book|Lady I. A. Gregory
I learned such things then, and they cheapen what I have since learned.Martin Eden|Jack London