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I'm looking for a set of words which begin or end with letter "x", "y", or "z" to describe differentiated price levels or quality of services/products.

Purpose of this question:

To label services/products into 3 categories by their price or quality.

For example:

  • Word with "x" should mean "cheap, least expensive, but less quality"
  • Word with "y" should mean "best value, balanced with price and quality"
  • Word with "z" should mean "premium, most expensive, but highest quality"

Rules:

  • The words don't need to be correct grammatically.
  • The words read (sound) exactly the same as original word.
  • The words can be slangs / new words.
  • The words don't need to be found from "Oxford dictionary".

Words I came up with:

luX (from luxury)

cheapy pricy

I couldn't come up with any words with "z". And I'd like your suggestions for "x" and "y" as well.

closed as unclear what you're asking by sumelic, Brian Hooper, Nathaniel, JEL, Matt Gutting Jan 19 '16 at 17:18

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    So it can mean any price level? It might help if you added more explanation of why you need words like these. There are a lot of free online tools you can use to search for words that start or end in particular letters, like wordfind.com/ends-with/z – sumelic Jan 16 '16 at 6:49
  • @sumelic Thanks for your link. I've edited the original question above. Hope that clarifies. – J. Berman Jan 16 '16 at 6:53
  • the reduX, the mezzY, and the shiZ. (the reduced, the mezzo, and the sh*t) – Benjamin Harman Jan 16 '16 at 7:03
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There are few options for x, many for y and, for z, it's a challenge. I would then propose:

  • x : expedient (fit or suitable for the purpose; proper under the circumstances)

  • y : worthy (having adequate or great merit, character, or value; recommandable)

  • z : prized (highly valued or esteemed; exceptionally desirable)

I think that you should add another rule, i.e. a word shall only contain one of the 3 letters.

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