Expensive synonyms

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At the cost of great effort, damage, sacrifice, etc.
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Going beyond what is reasonable, just, proper, usual, etc.; excessive; extravagant
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The definition of valuable is something that is worth a lot, either in terms of money or in terms of being useful or loved.
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Bringing a high price
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The definition of priceless is something on which the value cannot be estimated, or someone or something that is very amusing or absurd.
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The definition of moderate is something that is average, mild or within reasonable limits.
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The definition of lavish is very generous or abundant.
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Particularly elegant, luxurious, or elaborate for its kind; of superior quality or refinement:
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At a rapid or precipitous rate:
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Excessively formal, constrained, or awkward; not easy, natural, or graceful
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Bringing a high price
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Of or to a great height, amount, degree, etc.
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Higher than real value; extravagant
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Associated with the upper classes.
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Highly valued, cherished.
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Priced higher than what it is really worth.
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Charging low prices:
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Lavish or imprudent in spending money:
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Of or relating to the practice of investing in individual securities that, according to some fundamental measure, such as book value, appear to be relatively less expensive than comparable securities.
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Especially good or preferred.
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(Literally) Not accessible to view.
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An ironic way to start (often after my) addressing an inferior.
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Having the faculty of reason; endued with reason; rational.
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Bringing a high price
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Costly or expensive; having a high price.
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Bringing a high price
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Not expensive; costing relatively little; low-priced; cheap
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Of high value or worth, or seemingly regarded as such.
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Beyond calculable or appraisable value; of inestimable worth
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Thin in density; rarefied:
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Containing a large amount of choice ingredients, such as butter, sugar, or eggs, and therefore unusually heavy or sweet:
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Designating, of, or for people who are relatively affluent, educated, stylish, etc.
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Bringing a high price
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Bringing a high price
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Bringing a high price
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Excessive; immoderate; exorbitant
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Unrefined; coarse:
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Costing relatively little
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Having a pitch corresponding to a relatively large number of sound-wave cycles per second:
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Synonym Study

  • Invaluable suggests value so great that it cannot be appraised in monetary terms invaluable aid
  • Valuable , in this connection, implies such great value as to bring a high price a valuable collection
  • Dear , less often used today in the U.S., implies an exorbitant price or one considerably beyond the normal or fair price meat was very dear at the time
  • Costly refers to something high in price and usually implies richness, magnificence, rareness, etc. costly gems: it is often applied to that which it would cost much in money or effort to correct or replace a costly error
  • Expensive implies having a price that is high in relation to others of its kind or that is in excess of the thing's worth or the purchaser's ability to pay an expensive car
Find another word for expensive. In this page you can discover 54 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for expensive, like: costly, exorbitant, valuable, transactions, priceless, moderate, lavish, deluxe, steep, high-priced and stiff.