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high–end

adjective

Synonyms and Antonyms of high–end

  1. 1 appealing to affluent consumers <a high-end haberdashery that serves its clients by appointment only> Synonyms exclusive, high-end, upmarketRelated Words elegant, fashionable, posh; extravagant, ostentatious, showy; deluxe, lavish, luxuriant, luxurious, opulent, plush, sumptuous; costly, expensiveNear Antonyms cheap, inexpensiveAntonyms dime-store, discount, down-market, downscale, low-end

  2. 2 commanding a large price <high-end digital cameras intended for professionals and serious amateurs> Synonyms big-ticket, dear, expensive, extravagant, high, high-end, high-ticket, precious, premium, priceless, pricey (also pricy), spendy [chiefly Northwest], ultraexpensive, valuableRelated Words exorbitant, overpriced, prohibitive, sky-high, steep, stiff, unaffordable, uneconomic (or uneconomical), unreasonable; inestimable, invaluable; deluxe, luxurious, sumptuousNear Antonyms moderate, reasonable; valueless, worthless; discountedAntonyms cheap, inexpensive




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