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[hahy-prahyst] /ˈhaɪˈpraɪst/
expensive; costly:
a high-priced camera.
Origin of high-priced
See expensive. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • The animal was at first a rare and high-priced luxury and consequently only the noble families could afford to keep it.
  • And this reveals the reason for the high-priced gear used by the pro filmmakers.
  • And academic literature needs to be put online, rather than hidden away in high-priced journals and books.
  • They do not want to return to high-priced, homemade goods.
  • But then the luxury brands can afford to use high-priced labour in their home countries.
  • Don't get suckered by the high-priced fragrances they sell.
  • But times have changed, and talent agents now seek to lure rival agents, who bring their high-priced clients with them.
  • Each room comes equipped with a kitchenette, which offers a family-friendly alternative to high-priced boardwalk dining.
  • Coming loan changes could squeeze high-priced home markets.
  • For high-priced pitchers, it can be a lonely time on the mound.

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