high-priced high-priced

Definition(s):

  • (adj) having a high price

Synonym(s)

Usage(s):

  1. Even then, Chanel clothes were as high-priced as any Paris couturier's: but only Chanel delighted in having her styles copied--and made accessible at low cost to millions.
  2. Opposite him another stall soon blossomed specializing in under-the-counter sales of high-priced coral carvings.

News

  1. Source: Flyers ready to buy out Briere's contract

    (AP) -- Forward Danny Briere is preparing to become an unrestricted free agent as part of the Philadelphia Flyers' offseason shakeup of their high-priced roster.
    on June 20, 2013     Source: Sports Illustrated

  2. Source: Flyers set to buy out Daniel Briere's contract

    (AP) -- Forward Danny Briere is preparing to become an unrestricted free agent as part of the Philadelphia Flyers' offseason shakeup of their high-priced roster.
    on June 20, 2013     Source: Sports Illustrated

  3. AP Source: Flyers set to buy out Briere's contract

    Forward Danny Briere is preparing to become an unrestricted free agent as part of the Philadelphia Flyers' offseason shakeup of their high-priced roster.
    on June 20, 2013     Source: The Associated Press via Yahoo! Sports

Quotes

  1. "President Putin thinks that the United States has been weakened by Iraq and that he has been strengthened by recent events and high-priced oil and he is trying to put Russia back on the international map," Richard Holbrooke, a former US...
    on May 11, 2007 By: Richard Holbrooke Source: Reuters

  2. "Look, the Ontario economy is going to hell in a handbasket and while that's happening, the premier and his cabinet are doing international junkets on high-priced jets, landing in high-priced cities and staying in high-priced hotels," Kormos...
    on Jul 11, 2008 By: Peter Kormos Source: CTV.ca

  3. Mr Livingstone said: "Most vehicles that will be charged £25, in vehicle excise duty band G, are high-priced models. Those who buy them can afford to choose from pretty much the whole of the mainstream car market but have chosen to buy one of the...
    on Nov 14, 2006 By: Ken Livingstone Source: BBC News

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