• (adj): High in price or charging high prices.
    Example: "Expensive clothes"; "an expensive shop"

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Lists Of Most Expensive Items - Locations
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Shaftesbury (UK Parliament Constituency) - History - Political Character in The 18th Century
... bribery, making electoral control of the substantial electorate an expensive business ... to the peerage, described it as "troublesome, expensive and corrupt" ... than giving them to family or friends, but avoiding an expensive contest meant they could pocket the proceeds rather than seeing them (illegally) passing into the pockets of the ...
Los Alpes
... to sell their houses to move to less expensive neighborhoods such as Ciudad Satélite and San Jerónimo ... lots and started building premium condominiums and residences, including expensive family condos and luxury buildings with large and expensive ...
Lists Of Most Expensive Items - Social
... List of most expensive divorces Lists of most expensive items Transport Infrastructure Cars (At auctions) Media Music videos Records Photographs (Of ...
Lishi District - Life in Lishi - Shopping in Lishi
... It is probably the most expensive supermarket in the Lishi City region ... It is not quite as expensive as Jiajiale although it is more expensive than Kiaxinyu ...

Famous quotes containing the word expensive:

    The way of Providence is a little rude. The habit of the snake and spider, the snap of the tiger and other leapers and bloody jumpers, the crackle of the bones of his prey in the coil of the anaconda,—these are in the system, and our habits like theirs. You have just dined, and however scrupulously the slaughter-house is concealed in the graceful distance of miles, there is complicity, expensive races,—race living at the expense of race.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    Being dismantled before our eyes are not just individual programs that politicians cite as too expensive but the whole idea that society has a stake in the well-being of children down the block and the security of families on the other side of town. Whether or not kids eat well, are nurtured and have a roof over their heads is not just a consequence of how their parents behave. It is also a responsibility of society—but now apparently a diminishing one.
    Richard B. Stolley (20th century)

    Ellie: A soul is a very expensive thing to keep: much more so than a motor car. Shotover: Is it? How much does your soul eat? Ellie: Oh, a lot. It eats music and pictures and books and mountains and lakes and beautiful things to wear and nice people to be with.
    George Bernard Shaw (1856–1950)