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upset price

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noun up·set price \ˈəp-ˌset-\

Definition of upset price

  1. :  the minimum price set for property offered at auction or public sale



1814

First Known Use of upset price

1814

Rhymes with upset price

asking price, break the ice, cockatrice, comma splice, dirty rice, edelweiss, hammer price, imprecise, market price, merchandise, on thin ice, overprice, paradise, point-device, reserve price, roll the dice, sacrifice, Spanish rice, sticker price, underprice, water ice, wellhead price


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