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Hello everybody.

Is there any phrase meaning kneely priced.

I know kneely priced means inexpensive.

I need a phrase or proverb synonym with kneely priced.

Thanks so much for the help.

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Jamal 1315I know kneely priced means inexpensive.

Really? I have never seen that expression in my life.

"Kneely" is not an English word.

"Reasonably priced" or "moderately priced" are common collocations.

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Jamal 1315I know kneely priced means inexpensive.

Not in US English, anyway. I never saw that before.

Jamal 1315I need a phrase or proverb synonym with kneely priced.

Give me a sentence to put it in.

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The phrase you're looking for is 'keenly priced'.

I am so sorry 😔. It is keenly priced.

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Jamal 1315

I am so sorry 😔. It is keenly priced.

OK, so where is the sentence you want the substitute in?

Buckingham Crescent is one of the poshest streets in the whole of West Bridgford. The town sits on the River Trent, south of Nottingham, and is about a fifty-minute drive from our current house in Mansfield. I remember reading about the street’s status in our local newspaper and wondering how it must feel to live there.

‘I wonder why it’s so cheap,’ I murmur.

‘Well it’s not exactly cheap,’ Isaac laughs. ‘It’s what they call “keenly priced”. Bob says it was

only added to Rightmove yesterday.’

I should paraphrase it and I can not find any phrase equivalent for keenly priced.

Thanks so much.🙂

Jamal 1315

Buckingham Crescent is one of the poshest streets in the whole of West Bridgford. The town sits on the River Trent, south of Nottingham, and is about a fifty-minute drive from our current house in Mansfield. I remember reading about the street’s status in our local newspaper and wondering how it must feel to live there.

‘I wonder why it’s so cheap,’ I murmur.

‘Well it’s not exactly cheap,’ Isaac laughs. ‘It’s what they call “keenly priced”. Bob says it was

only added to Rightmove yesterday.’

I should paraphrase it and I can not find any phrase equivalent for keenly priced.

Thanks so much.🙂

Thank you. The phrase "keenly priced" is in quotation marks because it is not standard English. I myself have never seen it before (US English). It seems to be commercial advertising lingo from the UK, and it means that the house's price has been calculated to the penny to be accurate—not so high as to put off a buyer but not less than its value. Isaac says "It's what they call …", so you need similar non-standard marketing language. I might try the made-up "rightpriced", but I've never seen that, either.

I must say that it is not fair to ask anyone to paraphrase that.

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