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View definitions for costing

costing

adjective as in priced

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noun as in cost accounting

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The tour ended up costing us $147,802 to produce and execute.

Our lawyer, Kia Kamran, declined his commission because he knew how much the tour was costing us.

And the support of prisons and prisoners is costing taxpayers as much as $74 billion a year.

Almost 80 years ago, the controversy it raised came close to costing its composer his life.

Synchronoss only got paid when a customer activated on AT&T, so each of those jailbreakers was costing Synchronoss money.

It is protected by a stupendous granite breakwater, costing many millions and affording a delightful promenade on a fine day.

English avoirdupois, costing from one dollar and three-quarters to two dollars and a half.

The Bishop sometimes preached here; and on one occasion the vestry treated his lordship to a rundlett of sack, costing £1.

Each evening parties costing thousands of roubles were given in the restaurants.

It was costing a vast sum of money, and there was a financial stress upon land.

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On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to costing, such as: estimated, and worth.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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