Origin of fire sale
Related formsfire-sale, adjective
Examples from the Web for fire sale
Cerberus is now going to have to dump Freedom Group at a fire-sale price.
His Airness only paid Johnson a fire-sale price of $25 million cash in the deal, these three sources say.
About th' time Hogan got th' flower-pot, th' fire-sale ads an' th' Rooshyan outrage news both stopped in th' newspa-apers.Mr. Dooley Says|Finley Dunne
When bidding don't get excited and think you're attending an auction of shirt-waists at a fire-sale.You Should Worry Says John Henry|George V. Hobart
British Dictionary definitions for fire sale
- any instance of offering goods or assets at greatly reduced prices to ensure a quick sale
- (as modifier)fire-sale prices