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
In the long run, barring war, volcano eruption or severe earthquake, Seattle real estate is now West Coast pricey.
Financiere Richemont SA surged 45 percent in the six months ended Sept. 30 as consumers snapped up pricey Cartier and Montblanc watches.
As for the baker, if supplies become too pricey, could there be alternatives?
In blissful isolation from the residential neighborhoods and retail centers miles away, members of the Palomar Radio Controlled Flyers club have enjoyed building, repairing and flying their somewhat pricey and noisy aircraft without annoying anyone.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, a gift sent to Golden Globe voters on behalf of Tom Ford's Nocturnal Animals crossed the line, violating a new rule which forbids overly pricey swag.
The doors opened at 8 a.m. Friday, but police say customers had lined up as early as 8:30 pm the night before in an attempt to be among the first to pick up the pricey new smart phone.
When those services sell out, the case of water in the far-flung warehouse is all that's left— and shipping is pricey.
While a bit pricey, our foot comfort is worth every penny!
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First Known Use of pricey
Synonymsbig-ticket, dear, expensive, extravagant, high, high-end, high-ticket, precious, premium, priceless, costly (also pricy), spendy [chiefly Northwest], ultraexpensive, valuable
Related Wordsexorbitant, overpriced, prohibitive, sky-high, steep, stiff, unaffordable, uneconomic (or uneconomical), unreasonable; inestimable, invaluable; deluxe, luxurious, sumptuous
Near Antonymsmoderate, reasonable; valueless, worthless; discounted
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