• WordNet 3.6
    • adj pricey having a high price "costly jewelry","high-priced merchandise","much too dear for my pocketbook","a pricey restaurant"
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In news:

Nets' Big Woe Is Their Pricey, Average Joe.
Gear is pricey, but proven to save lives.
DC Hotels Offer Pricey Inauguration Packages.
This pricey 6.5-horsepower vac is a contractor's dream.
It's a pricey box aimed at true fans, and a reminder of what musical innovation once was.
Great Dim Sum but Pricey.
The 10 pieces of pricey bling, seven from Cartier.
Pregnancy hormone fuels Florida diet craze many doctors call a pricey flop.
Houses in the Camden County community are less pricey than single-families in nearby areas.
Although rather pricey, the deli sandwiches are huge.
Vandals leave pricey path of destruction .
Just like many homeowners, the City Council recently faced a Christmas season dilemma: Buy a pricey bigger television or stick with the old one.
Mitsubishi's Electric Egg is Pricey , But Memorable.
Escape Titanium is pricey but tech-laden.
Pricey but cheaper than the alternative.

In science:

However quantum bits will remain a pricey commodity for the present and next generations of quantum computers such as the D-Wave quantum annealing machine.
A Near-Term Quantum Computing Approach for Hard Computational Problems in Space Exploration