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adjective as in valued

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On one summer lunch hour, Donna Ann Levonuk, 50, lifted a tub of diaper cream priced at $43.98—and then stashed it in her purse.

How does the world owe you a private car, priced as you deem acceptable, that didn't exist five years ago?

Perhaps in part because it was an FBI coup, the CIA stepped in with its high-priced psychologist.

Ultimately, the big news in the saga of the cable bundle are the effects of the new lower priced tiers evolving.

Of course, that “something” might, Petrossov admits, be the “ridiculously priced” G550 business jet—but hey, it is Christmas.

So he sat upon the front steps while one of the highest-priced wines in New York dried into his knees.

Of course, these are higher-priced fruit and large yields are not required for good returns.

He had the most high-priced chef in the world, with six chefs under him, two of whom made a specialty of American dishes.

Being very high-priced, it was soon so sophisticated as to be quite unreliable.

The poets had a profitable time when their poems, handsomely printed in quarto volumes, were priced so high as two guineas.


On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to priced, such as: estimated, costing, and worth.

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