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- adv. In an exorbitant manner, excessively.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In an exorbitant, excessive, or irregular manner; enormously.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an exorbitant, excessive, or irregular manner; extravagantly.
- In an excessive degree or amount; beyond reasonable limits; inordinately: as, to charge exorbitantly for a service.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. to an exorbitant degree
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But the process of pressuring vulnerable Democrats to go on the record in support of an unpopular, exorbitantly expensive and quite possibly unconstitutional statute has begun.
The phones were somewhat expensive for their day but not exorbitantly so, and the service was not extremely expensive either (at least not under the original rates AT&T was pushing), yet the service failed.
Unnecessary hospital readmissions have become exorbitantly expensive and excessively wasteful.
Moreover, that book reviewers would so exorbitantly praise such a novel, as in fact most of them did, strongly calls into question the standards being applied by those working in that branch of "literary journalism" represented by newspaper book sections.
Having debunked the prospects for storing wind (or solar) energy given current (or even imagined technology) we are left with an exorbitantly expensive intermittent energy source which when push comes to shove maintenance will be foregone.
Trust me, if you want to get exorbitantly rich, you must jump ahead of the herd and read my manuscript before I send it to someone else.
These loans are exorbitantly expensive and can drive consumers ever deeper into debt.
Most of the worth while apps are exorbitantly expensive, like MS Office and Paintshop.
How many people do you think were supported by your so-called "exorbitantly expensive" Apollo program?
The issue is that we don't, and human space flight is exorbitantly expensive.
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