Antonyms for low priced

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The machine alluded to in the above letter is the low priced one at $100.

It is mistaken economy to buy inferior tools, machines, and shop supplies, because they are low priced.

Some of the smoke crystals and rock crystals, fashioned into sleeve-buttons and watch-seals, were both handsome and low priced.

While the low priced suit never has the look of that of a well fitted tailored suit, and cannot be kept looking as neat.

"Well, perhaps," the old Squire replied, for that was one of the years when wool was low priced.

The fresher this beer is sent out the better: being very thin in body and low priced, it cannot be expected to last long.

There is a remarkable uniformity among them; as they grow up they thrive better than those by the low priced one.

Both are fabrics of cloth in very general use and estimation as low priced articles.

Notice how quickly the finish of a low priced cotton fabric with a thick gloss loses its luster after washing.

If your traps are carefully covered you are as liable to get a valuable pelt as a low priced one.