pricey

[prahy-see]
adjective, pricier, priciest.
expensive or unduly expensive: a pricey wine.
Also, pricy.


Origin:
1930–35; price + -y1

pricily, adverb
priceyness, noun
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pricey or pricy (ˈpraɪsɪ)
 
adj , pricier, priciest
an informal word for expensive
 
pricy or pricy
 
adj

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Example sentences
You'll get the look of a pricey oversize mirror without spending the cash.
Here's the only hitch: the hotel is a little pricey.
They may seem a bit pricey, but a few go a long way to enhance other foods.
They can be pricey, and they won't eliminate your need for a laptop, but the
  initial cost leads to long term advantages.
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