Noun(1) the short weak cry of a young bird
Verb(1) make high-pitched sounds
(1) Anyone fancy starting a cheap express bus service to Manchester?(2) it's only cheap sentimentality(3) He said the agency had to carefully examine the quality of cheap meat to decide whether it was safe for human consumption.(4) But it sounds so glib and useless and feels so cheap and cop-out just to say ├ö├ç├┐I'm going to be a better person from now on.├ö├ç├û(5) cheap jewellery(6) The restaurants were cheap , wonderfully varied, and within walking distance.(7) Even the writers themselves fall victim to the cheap trick.(8) These places aren't cheap , but the quality is outstanding.(9) you're nothing but a cheap liar!(10) Then there is the country's woeful provision of cheap , child-friendly restaurants.(11) Did the rather cheap quality of the cartoons leave an impression as he read the scripts?(12) I own several scruffy-looking fleece tops that make me feel cheap and shabby whenever I wear them, so I was on the lookout for warm and slinky knitwear to help bring out my inner fabulousness.(13) And the Government has lashed out at the Opposition for airing the criticisms, accusing them of trying to score cheap political points.(14) I felt cheap(15) The aim of this company was to provide a communications service as cheap as possible to all citizens without any form of discrimination.(16) Well, the deliberate contamination of food materials with low quality, cheap , non-edible or toxic substances is called food adulteration.
1. peep ::
2. chirp ::
3. chirrup ::
4. twitter ::
5. tweet ::
6. peep ::
7. chitter ::
8. chirr ::
10. warble ::
11. sing ::
Different Formscheep, cheeped, cheeping, cheeps
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