from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Variant of pricey.
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- adj. Alternative spelling of pricey.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having a high price
And, fifth, those infamous commodities for which many developing countries are known will remain pricy.
Good knives can be pricy, which is one reason Rich Menefee developed an affordable, professional line he says is equivalent to the major German brands.
There's a library edition CD from Recorded Books, here (kind of pricy, but they do nice work) and you can download the same version as a sound file from Audible, here.
I also liked the '05 Bien Nacido Syrah, but it's kind of pricy, at $40.
The phrase "jury consultant" can be correctly used in a sentence without the word "pricy," although no one ever seems to.
While these units are firmly on the "pricy" side, ranging from $384,000 to a few that are over a million, Greenbridge has always been envisioned as a "luxury" approach to green living, and much more affordable developments can use the same green approaches.
While these guns may still be too pricy for most people, CSMC has brought them within the reach of many who could have never afforded a similar English or Continental gun.
Not cool if you want to pick up Tony Hawkʼs Ride as well since it sees release on October 13th and weighs in at a pricy $120 due to the inclusion of the skateboard peripheral which is, in a word, ridiculous.
The Worst: This is also a pricy web site at $59.95/month and the testing questions are pretty obvious as to what they are asking, allowing the savvy user to skew the results. (www. perfectmatch.com)
A bit pricy and something missing in that price was heaters for the Morelia 7500 ft. chill in the mornings.
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