high-priced

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"Doubtless they are high-priced, being a rarity," said the Scotchman.

What is low-priced, as everybody knows, is often dear, and what is high-priced is often cheap.

It was obvious that his suit was the work of a high-priced tailor.

I have bred some high-priced ones, and all have been served the same.

Would you expect a high-priced star to go out and break his leg?

The Teatro Martin is not a low theatre nor yet is it a high-priced one.

He paid for his high-priced preferences, or he went without.

This place looks like a high-priced show-room for diving gear.

There was nothing in the apartment simply because it had been high-priced.

The second year might find them far from full of the high-priced whale-oil.

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