cheap and cheerful

cheap and cheerful

slang Inexpensive and enjoyable or pleasant. Primarily heard in UK. That shop sells a lot of cheap and cheerful goodies, so I'm sure you'll be able to find a birthday gift for her there.
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cheap and cheerful

simple and inexpensive. British
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cheap and ˈcheerful

(informal) something that is cheap and cheerful does not cost a lot but is attractive and pleasant: cheap and cheerful clothes/meals/rugs
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Nothing wrong with cheap and cheerful colouring books, crayons and felt tips
After all that festive extravagance I need some cheap and cheerful wines.
AFOR cheap and cheerful, Florida doesn't seem a bad bet with some of the package deals on offer.
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ZENA: We think of Ikea as a cheap and cheerful store and, let's be honest, you often can't beat them on price - but you get what you pay for.
uk is therefore waging a 'War on Gloom' (#DefyTheGloom) by declaring travel to be the perfect antidote for beating the January blues with its list of Top 25 Cheap and Cheerful destinations.
And while we''re at it, here are three of our favourite cheap and cheerful trappers in the shops.
Coming in at a fraction of that price are these cheap and cheerful cans from budget peripheral experts Genius.
Domestic goddess loves anything cheap and cheerful that makes those jobs around the house easier.
08 [pounds sterling], this cheap and cheerful line was creamy enough with a pleasant vanilla taste that was not too sweet.
You'll nd quality, second-hand goods that perform better than new cheap and cheerful equivalents.
IF you're looking for something cheap and cheerful, The Dragon Inn ticks one of the boxes.
With fabulous cheap and cheerful price tags, Stradivarius' new spring summer gear means that playing dress up doesn't come at a cost.
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These results remind us that some people do very well on cheap and cheerful first-generation drugs," says psychiatrist Peter B.