Thesaurus / exorbitant

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I was most surprised at the exorbitant price and the variety of seats.
VISIT TO ICELANDIDA PFEIFFER
The Duomo at Milan was squat, ugly, overrated, and the hotel charges in that city were most exorbitant.
THE RECIPE FOR DIAMONDSCHARLES JOHN CUTCLIFFE WRIGHT HYNE
And not in thirty years was it disputed, or held to be exorbitant.
Its consequence was the natural one: she borrowed; but she borrowed upon bad terms, indeed on the most exorbitant usury.
All of the landlords have a store, so as to furnish their tenants with goods of an inferior quality at exorbitant prices.
FIFTY YEARS A HUNTER AND TRAPPERELDRED NATHANIEL WOODCOCK
Manufactures are few—almost everything is imported, and the customs duty is exorbitant.
He has also a settled price, and not an exorbitant one,—mais cest un Grand Seigneur dentiste.
It is principally at the Swiss Passes, however, that the exorbitant fares are demanded.
The amount demanded for rent, in proportion to similar accommodations in other cities, is exorbitant.
But the bishops, all except Foliot, consented to become sureties for this exorbitant fine.
LIFE OF THOMAS BECKETHENRY HART MILMAN

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