Definition of pricey
Examples of pricey in a Sentence
The car is a little pricey.
a small boutique selling pricey women's clothing
Recent Examples of pricey from the Web
That doesn’t just mean sufficient cash for housing, food and whatnot, but also enough for healthcare, which can be pricey.
Defunct warehouses and vacant lots adjacent to uptown are making way for trendy restaurants and pricey homes that rent for as much as $2,600 a month.
Price will be a factor as well—previous flow batteries have tended to use relatively pricey metals such as vanadium.
The real success for the pricey, bandaged-up film will happen overseas, as the studio hopes global audiences take to the reboot.
The international schools have long carried a stigma of being pricey, mainly for-profit and a little too close to the beach for proper studying.
Unfortunately buying packs of seltzer can be pricey (not to mention a pain to lug up the stairs to your apartment).
There are a lot of pricey options out there, but the container doesn’t have to be fancy, Tarr says.
Diverse areas in and around San Francisco became gentrified, trendy -- and pricey.
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