unpriced

[uhn-prahyst]
adjective
1.
not priced; having no price shown or set.
2.
beyond price; priceless.

Origin:
1855–60; un-1 + priced

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unpriced (ʌnˈpraɪst)
 
adj
1.  having no fixed or marked price
2.  poetic beyond price; priceless

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Example sentences
Now, maybe you think that there is some unpriced social return of these
  investments.
The sets are as yet unpriced, but are unlikely to be cheap.
Most economists would consider unpriced externalities to be evidence that a
  price system is not functioning properly.
Unpriced contracts are now funded to the contractor's estimate to perform the
  work.
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