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

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HIGH PRICED

He was said to be "no beauty though so high priced, save in his legs."

It is clear that you are too high priced for the real estate business.

But this reprieve was only temporary, for in time the wealthy planter taught the Africans to produce even the high priced Orinoco.

Good illustrated books, which are an ornament to any library, are now high priced, and are not likely to fall in value.

It calls for no butter or eggs so is a cheap cake when these foods are scarce and high priced.

The industry is maintained by nobility to help the islanders and the fabrics are fashionable and high priced.

We may expect to see the trial made as tedious and as costly in time and money as high priced counselors can arrange.

The high priced are very limited in quality, being made from tobacco grown in specially favored districts.

I put into the incubator at a time when eggs were scarce and high priced, two hundred eggs—hens' eggs, ducks' eggs, goose eggs.

If he knows as much as he admits he does I dont see why they bother to put a high priced fello like Fosh in command for.