high-ticket high-ticket

Definition(s):

  • (adj) very expensive

Usage(s):

  1. You can survive some of the more awkward first date moments, such as ordering the high-ticket item on the menu, without abandoning the comfort of your pajamas.
  2. This contradicted the makers' portrayal of them as sturdy weapons of self-defense for law-abiding folks who could not afford high-ticket Colts, Rugers or Smith Wessons.
  3. We sell a lot of high-ticket items.

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