expense[ ik-spens ]SEE DEFINITION OF expense
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXPENSE
It is computed that the expense would not exceed a million and a half sterling.
Mr. Disraeli was severely sarcastic at the expense of the government.
You know, and yet you'll take your happiness at the poor child's expense.
When had Nimble Dick lost an opportunity for fun at the expense of another?
They telegraphed from New York that we were to spare no expense; and we haven't.
So says I to myself: 'I'll help Mr. Yates to spare no expense.
I suppose it was to save me the expense of buying a ticket for it.
The books will show what Eileen has drawn monthly for her expense budget.
He spared no expense, which he could well afford, seeing that he never paid a penny.
Of course his journey will be an expense; but there are times when expense must not be regarded.