high-priced

[hahy-prahyst]
adjective
expensive; costly: a high-priced camera.

Origin:
1785–95


See expensive.
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Example sentences
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.
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