from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Informal Expensive: a pricey restaurant.
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- adj. expensive, dear
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having a high price
"But something this pricey is an especially tough sell at retail outside the amusement park."
HEALTH CARE LAW: Some trapped in pricey state plans
And networks often say they have little interest in events they really want — too pricey, is the common complaint — in the same way homebuyers who've found their dream houses don't announce it to sellers.
A surprise midweek package from Amazon. com contained this — a gift from the fabulous Julie, who shares my interest in pricey import CDs compiled by Toru Hashimoto.
Aug 21st, 2007 at 9: 54 am paul the red snapper at le bernardin – pricey and fantastic! crab cakes at del friscos are not bad either!
However, it won't be happening in pricey places like Ajijic, so don't bother with the gun turret expense.
My mom’s main objection to it, besides the fact that it’s a little pricey, is that it will lead to “socialized medicine” …
Whole Foods Market Inc. doesn't want to be known as the pricey grocery store for well-heeled, organic-food sophisticates.
"Whether you get a hot dog at the cafeteria or you're having a state dinner at the Tavern, people need to give us more credit than what they do sometimes," said Solobay, referring to a pricey restaurant near Harrisburg.
TimelineX is a little too pricey, which is out of character for the value brand.
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