n. - A cost-to-quality ratio. Mentally rate an item's cost and quality on scales of 1 to 10. High Quintity is comprised of a good quality for low cost. Equal Quintity is when an item's cost corresponds to its quality. Low Quintity is a high cost with low quality, or any cost with no quality. Note: Free things cannot have Low Quintity, as Equal Qunitity already gives both cost and quality a zero.
These $600 shoes I bought have such low qunitity, but these $25 pair of jeans have lasted forever, and have such high quintity, they're through the roof!
by Zachary R. December 11, 2006