three-thousand-dollar love

three-thousand-dollar

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  • He looked at her a long time, a behemoth of a man in a stained three-thousand-dollar suit, the shame of the cuckold as visible on his face as antlers painted on canvas in medieval portraiture.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • There was a muddy four-wheeler sitting in the yard near Poe's old Camaro, its three-thousand-dollar paintjob and blown transmission.

    'American Rust'

  • If you carry a three-thousand-dollar designer purse with fifty cents inside.

    Why Men Marry Bitches

  • Of course, many would say that a crook in a bespoke three-thousand-dollar English suit would not by definition stand out in the rarefied atmosphere of high-tech deal making.

    Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine

  • That had led to three-thousand-dollar hammers, thousand-dollar toilet seats, the whole nine yards.

    Persuader

  • She and Roger were both wearing the best clothing money could buy: cashmere and Harris tweed and three-thousand-dollar handmade shoes.

    The Lake House

  • He looked as if someone had just thrown up on his three-thousand-dollar suit.

    Walls of Silence

  • As a prosecutor I could argue that even if Skip wanted a divorce so he could get back together with Beth, it would have infuriated him if he had learned that Suzanne was running around with a multimillionaire while charging three-thousand-dollar Saint Laurent suits to him.

    LET ME CALL YOU SWEETHEART

  • Now he was sprawled on the raised donor bed, looking just off the docks even in a three-thousand-dollar tuxedo.

    The Other Daughter

  • The music boomed from a pair of three-thousand-dollar speakers the Scoundrel had souped up, and Tomi felt as if she had encountered a g-force lift-off.

    The White Ninja

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