expensiveness


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ex·pen·sive

 (ĭk-spĕn′sĭv)
adj.
1. Requiring a large expenditure; costly.
2. Marked by high prices: expensive stores.

ex·pen′sive·ly adv.
ex·pen′sive·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.expensiveness - the quality of being high-priced
monetary value, price, cost - the property of having material worth (often indicated by the amount of money something would bring if sold); "the fluctuating monetary value of gold and silver"; "he puts a high price on his services"; "he couldn't calculate the cost of the collection"
costliness, dearness, preciousness - the quality possessed by something with a great price or value
lavishness, sumptuosity, sumptuousness, luxury - the quality possessed by something that is excessively expensive
inexpensiveness - the quality of being affordable
Translations

expensiveness

[ɪksˈpensɪvnɪs] Nlo caro

expensiveness

n (of goods, travel, services etc)hoher Preis, Kostspieligkeit f; (of living somewhere)Kostspieligkeit f; the expensiveness of her tastesihr teurer Geschmack; the increasing expensiveness of basic commoditiesdie ständige Verteuerung von Grundbedarfsmitteln

expensiveness

[ɪksˈpɛnsɪvnɪs] ndispendiosità
References in classic literature ?
His expensiveness is acknowledged even by himself, and his whole conduct declares that self-denial is a word hardly understood by him.
They are very different: one of them all elegance, all expensiveness, with an air of high fashion, from New York; the other a plain, pure, clear-eyed, straight-waisted, straight-stepping maiden from the heart of New England.
It was horrible to haggle on such a matter, and finally Philip consented to an expensiveness which he could ill afford.
Once, she even considered taking up with hand-painted china, but gave over the idea when she learned its expensiveness.
If she thinks him the finest gentleman in the world, he, on his side, has never found himself in personal contact with such splendor, such opulence, such expensiveness as this young lady's.
In total, 19 proposals were submitted, each being analysed with respect to their feasibility and expensiveness.
This is the result of certain failures in the past, mistakes in business planning, and the expensiveness of money in the banking system.
23) The very fact that the campaign spent considerable amounts of money to conduct internal polling is further testimony to the expensiveness and seriousness of the incumbent's campaign organization.
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