Origin of cut rate
Related formscut-rate, adjective
Examples from the Web for cut rate
The Venezuela of the late Hugo Chavez, now in turmoil, which sends in cut-rate oil, can't be permanently relied on.Obama Should End America’s Stupidest Foreign Policy: Isolating Cuba|Robert Shrum|February 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Her real passion is for cocktails and designer clothes—she drops brand names like a cut-rate Bret Easton Ellis.
Cut-rate models can be had on Amazon for $100, but we think Danielle would want the pro.
Why did we buy into AIG and Citigroup when we could have actually bought Goldman whole-hog, for a cut-rate price?
But unable to afford the cost of 50 years of refrigeration, he opted for the cut-rate freezing of his head only.Acid Trips and Frozen Heads at San Francisco’s Trippiest Party|Kate Coleman|February 18, 2009|DAILY BEAST
I wouldn't go trotting back there on a cut-rate excursion, let alone making a pilgrimage to the sacred, I mean scared, spot.Grace Harlowe's Golden Summer|Jessie Graham Flower
The cut-rate boom is about to collapse, and there is trouble brewing in the labor organizations.The Grafters|Francis Lynde
Purkes's cut-rate grocery store will sell you all you want for ten cents each.Dawson Black: Retail Merchant|Harold Whitehead
For the Cut-rate had not cut his salary, which, sordidly speaking, ranked him star boarder at the Peek's.Roads of Destiny|O. Henry
Special bargains in linen crash and batiste are offered on the same day with a cut-rate edition of "Damaged Goods."Post-Impressions|Simeon Strunsky