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  • adj. Common misspelling of exorbitant.


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  • He told us that, yes, we would have no trouble getting service in Mexico, but the moment we cross the border into Mexico "roaming fees" kick in in addition to the flat monthly fee of $99, and those fees would be "exhorbitant" (his word).

    Wireless Internet in Mexico

  • The students also called for a reduction of "exhorbitant" prices at campus cafeterias, and the scrapping of the minimum 40 percent requirement needed to qualify for examinations.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • ANC branch secretary Frank Mabitle said the peace committee was intransigent to township residents 'grievances, such as exhorbitant service charges.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The landmark bid to refund "exhorbitant" fees on overdrawn accounts, late loan and credit-card payments and bounced cheques has attracted approaches from more than 110,000 individuals and businesses nationwide. | Top Stories

  • Let's define "exhorbitant", per the same dictionary, as "greatly exceeding bounds of reason or moderation".

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  • And paid the "exhorbitant" price of a whole $12 / US for this meal.


  • UTV actually did not make much profits at all in Race but they were willing to pay that kind of exhorbitant price for it.


  • Their employers will no longer have to pay such exhorbitant amounts for healthcare, which can be re-invested into the company, and by Repuglican ideology "begin creating jobs"

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  • Did he say anything when Halliburton signed contracts and stole tax payer charging exhorbitant prices for water and gasoline.?

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  • As a relatively-young retired couple, we know that if we were presently living in the States, the exhorbitant cost of this care would have obliged us to mortgage our home and face a very difficult retirement life.

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