A dime a dozen in a Sentence 

Definition of A dime a dozen  

a phrase used to describe things that are abundant in quantity and/or very cheap

Examples of A dime a dozen in a sentence

Store coupons come a dime a dozen and can be found stuffed in mailboxes and littering the streets.  
Nuts and bolts are a dime a dozen, so the carpenter doesn’t worry when he loses these cheap things at the shop.  
Because they’re a dime a dozen in LA, models have a hard time finding consistent work in the oversaturated market.  
Musicians are a dime a dozen in Nashville since all wannabe singers seem to flock to the country music capital.  
The selfish CEO sees factory workers as a dime a dozen, so he would rather fire and replace employees than treat them fairly.  

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