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Spell check of bargain

Correct spelling: bargain

plenty, appease, convention, cartel, look for, transfer, mass, batch, cheap, great deal, wad, fixer upper, too, flock, pledge, peck, reduction, cut, stack, hand, bill, at cost, bounce back, hatful, compensate, schlock, good deal, discount, alliance, buy, slew, swap, exchange, count on, money, figure on, bric-a-brac, transaction, on sale, mickle, markdown, mark down, disposition, knickknack, compromise, barter, lot, haggle, heap, promise, half price, compact, bottom out, cut-price, expense, passel, unanimity, beat down, agree, rebate, accord, low price, covenant, value, outlay, understanding, settle, deduction, budget, pile, concede, economical, appraise, mediate, deal, agreement, offer, sight, pact, business deal, cost, pennyworth, interchange, climb, free trade, reconcile, dicker, reduced, additionally, allow, cheapen, capping, muckle, mint, rate, trade, refund, cheapie, quite a little, dirt cheap, traffic, snip, engagement, await, consensus, spate, fee, settlement, worth, raft, accommodate, reasonable, nicknack, cap, sale, adjust, tat, common ground, charge, mountain, arrangement, inexpensive, steal, stipulation, expect, competitive, obligation, knockoff, contract, surprise, mess, anticipate, tidy sum, softwood, marked down, cut-rate, price.

luxury, rip-off, markup, gouging, surcharge, soaking, extravagance, overcharge.

Examples of usage:

1) If one half of this be the price we pay for our " great houses," the bargain is a bad one! - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.

2) Nasmyth made a gesture which was vaguely expressive of resignation, and in another moment would have closed the bargain, but the footsteps grew plainer, and, as he turned round, Acton appeared at the open window close behind them. - "The Greater Power", Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton.

3) Still, now you know, you can, perhaps, break off the bargain. - "The Greater Power", Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton.