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into the bargain



into the bargain (not comparable)

  1. (informal) along with, additionally, as well
    • Charles Dickens
      That same evening, the gentleman in the white waistcoat most positively and decidedly affirmed, not only that Oliver would be hung, but that he would be drawn and quartered into the bargain.
    • 1870, Blackwood's Magazine
      He was roofless, dinnerless, breakfastless, supperless, penniless, friendless, all at once; and brandyless into the bargain.