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unpriced

[uhn-prahyst] /ʌnˈpraɪst/
adjective
1.
not priced; having no price shown or set.
2.
beyond price; priceless.
Origin
1855-1860
1855-60; un-1 + priced
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  • 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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  • unpriced grain on a credit-sale contract is not stored, it is sold and no coverage is provided.
  • But in the place of federal funds the government provides considerable unpriced benefits to the enterprises.
British Dictionary definitions for unpriced

unpriced

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