inflationary

[in-fley-shuh-ner-ee]
adjective
of, pertaining to, reflective of, or causing inflation: inflationary prices.

Origin:
1915–20; inflation + -ary

anti-inflationary, adjective
counterinflationary, adjective
noninflationary, adjective
overinflationary, adjective
postinflationary, adjective
preinflationary, adjective
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inflationary (ɪnˈfleɪʃənərɪ)
 
adj
of, relating to, causing, or characterized by inflation: inflationary wage claims

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Example sentences
The government's goal of achieving strong growth while reducing the debt burden
  is likely to create inflationary pressures.
Belt tightening is in order for the inflationary driver of higher education
  that has far exceeded other industries.
The inflationary economy that brings you your food is attentive, accurate, and
  pleasant.
Getting back on the pre-recession track may be difficult or even
  impossible--and trying to do so regardless would be inflationary.
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