Competitively Sentence Examples
Competitively lower rates to approved customers may be available.
The money saved through the use of less energy means more competitively priced goods.
High-end brands would certainly have you think so, but these days it's not just the usual suspects that offer competitively priced products.
It is competitively priced, and allows for claims to be filed electronically.
Other candle holders are mass produced and are much more competitively priced.Advertisement
It is regarded as a premium dog food on the market, and it is competitively priced.
As the organic trend continues, however, it's likely we'll see prices drop so that organics are as competitively priced as those items that are made with chemicals.
Throwing their hat into the great online video game rental ring, newcomer Gamma Gamer enters the match with a good selection of games and competitively priced membership options.
Monaco campers are competitively priced recreational vehicle options.
So what if you want to learn how to swing dance competitively?Advertisement
It is now considered one of the grandparents of modern ballroom dance, and is celebrated today both socially and competitively in its traditional and adapted forms.
However, many of the dance techniques remained in other forms of dance such as the Foxtrot (danced competitively) and the aptly named Quickstep.
Joining a swim club is a great way to perfect your technique, get to know other local swimmers, and, of course, get the opportunity to swim competitively.
You probably won't want to choose a tankini suit if you plan on swimming competitively, but if you're swimming for fitness or for fun, a tankini might be the right way to go.
The blenders have a reputation for quality blending action and durable construction while being priced very competitively.Advertisement
One of the first things you should do, if you plan on playing Scrabble competitively or if you play Scrabble quite often is to learn to recognize patterns of words.
The oils are competitively priced, and since they are concentrated a little will go a long way.
The organization offers 180 high-quality foods priced competitively.
Sterling silver is less costly than gold or platinum therefore a cubic zirconia set in silver can be very competitively priced.
His continued success allowed him to introduce Marc by Marc Jacobs in 2001, a competitively priced line gearing fashion forward, wearable looks toward a younger consumer crowd.Advertisement
Coupon Sense is fresh, easy to navigate, updated daily, interactive, and very competitively priced.
Priced competitively, Zanotti shoes are some of the most coveted in the bridal couture world.
Amazon also offers free delivery for many items and this means that they can be very competitively priced.
Competitively priced or compact SUVs may be a better bargain for consumers.
Although the products at Addicted to Rubber Stamps are always competitively priced, you'll find even greater bargains in the store's sale section.Advertisement
Competitively priced policies designed for travelers over the age of 65.
Unlike buying a sports bra for running, which must be tried on, these are sold in competitively priced 3-packs and you can either get mixed colors or single.
Salicylate appears to competitively inhibit plasma protein binding of acetazolamide and simultaneously to inhibit acetazolamide renal secretion that may produce serious metabolic acidosis.
Experimental work shows that losartan (tho not its active metabolite) competitively inhibits urate reabsorption in the renal proximal tubule.
The networking option allows multiple monsters to collaboratively or competitively rampage through the same city.
The budget-minded sets on the market are fine for family barbecues, but if you are considering entering badminton competitively or even as a "serious" hobby, you should be in the market for some decent equipment.
New laptops--both in terms of recent models and unopened--are generally priced the same, if not competitively, so you don't have to worry that one Asus laptop will be hundreds cheaper somewhere else.