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A Steal

A Steal - a good price; a good deal

  • The house was a steal. I got the house at a very good price.
  • The book was a steal. I got the book online.
  • The tickets for the football game was a steal.
  • My new car was a steal. I got my new car at a very good price.
  • The laptop was a steal. I bought it at a the new store up the street.
  • I am so happy. The shoes I got was a real steal.

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Aid And Abet

A Bit Steep

A Breath Of Fresh Air

A Bit Pricey

A Touchy Subject

A Heart Of Gold

As Easy As Pie

A Bit Hairy

A Handful

At The Crack Of Dawn

At A Standstill

A Breeze

A Leg Up

At Peace

A Tall Order

A Lost Cause

A Steal

A Long Shot

A Fine Line

A Blowout

An Ax To Grind

Around The Clock

Any Way You Slice It

Around The Clock

Air Head

A Real Winner

Add Fuel To The Fire

All Set

Add Up #1

Add Up #2

A Dime A Dozen

A Gray Area

A Bite To Eat

A Lemon

A Life Saver

A Bite To Eat

A Pain In The Neck

A Piece Of Cake

A Toss Up

Above & Beyond

Act Out

All Ears

All For Nothing

Ants In Your Pants

An Arm And A Leg

At The Drop Of A Hat

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A Real Winner

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