Antonyms for cost:
Synonyms for cost:
ransom, muck up, come in at, operating costs, standing charge, Cost Benefit Analysis, cancel out, harm, variable cost, cpi, fixed cost, price point, market price, outgoings, selling price, the cost-of-living index, reserve, surcharge, WPI, purchase price, burden, cost price, offset, poundage, storage, impair, carrying charge, upkeep, spot price, dent, the consumer price index, market value, indirect cost, the cost of living, coarsen, wholesale price index, clobber, opportunity cost, contaminate, unit cost, overshadow, negate, cost of entry, tuition, prime cost, price index, the retail price index, asking price, flat rate, doom, set-back, cost-plus, loose on, top dollar, cost cutting, sticker price, taint, take away from, list price, strike at.
Other synonyms and related words:
embody, outgo, come to, quote, monetary value, approach, offset, greet, offer, apostrophize, doom, freight, make up, fee, asking price, woo, dehumanize, reserve, address, bill, cost price, taint, sacrifice, disbursement, command, clobber, drive, constitute, hurt, prime cost, harm, overhead, be, surcharge, put out, buy, costs, personify, ante, salute, reckoning, exist, overshadow, keep, comprise, admission, amount, cost-plus, top dollar, hail, costing, subscription, court, represent, dent, outgoings, spoil, expenditure, contaminate, bite, carrying charge, appeal, unit cost, bargain, follow, neutralize, bell, equal, live, operating costs, terms, upkeep, burden, price tag.
Sense 1 (noun)
Sense 2 (noun)
Sense 3 (noun)
Sense 4 (noun)
Sense 6 (noun)
asking price (noun)
monetary value, toll, be, price.
expense; price paid (noun)
penalty, sacrifice (noun)
command a price of (verb)
Usage examples for cost:
- " 'Tis the last time," said she, " and he will never know how much this parting cost me." - "'Lena Rivers", Mary J. Holmes.
- " I am sure you did it for the best," I concluded, " but all the same your plans nearly cost me my life." - "In the Yellow Sea", Henry Frith.
- Yes, because ten thousand will not cost much more than three hundred. - "The Blue Birds' Winter Nest", Lillian Elizabeth Roy.