exorbitant[ ig-zawr-bi-tuhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF exorbitant
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXORBITANT
In five minutes he was paying for whisky at an exorbitant price.
The taxation is so exorbitant that it is a marvel Italy is not depopulated.
Unsophisticated as he was, “Cobbler” Horn felt that the proposal was exorbitant.
But who has ever made such an exorbitant pretension in its name?
But in reality, Japan's success had been bought at an exorbitant price.
A riot was almost caused by the exorbitant prices that were charged for food.
Here is Mischief, Mischief in summo gradu, exorbitant Mischief.
Food and water were only to be obtained at exorbitant prices.
Be easy on that score; a roundish sum, it is true, but not too exorbitant.
Don't stand out for exorbitant terms, but take a fair price.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR EXORBITANT
- beside the point