costliness costliness


  • (n) the quality possessed by something with a great price or value



  1. If her daily pleadings have not convinced the Egyptians of the costliness of their rout by Israel, Gamal Abdel Nasser has.
  2. Its excessive costliness was one of the reasons for the company's capital difficulties last Fall and Winter, and upon its returns will largely depend much of its success this year.
  3. And because of the estimated $3 billion price for the plan's first five years, there was immediate criticism of its costliness.
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animosity animosity
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