spendy


Also found in: Idioms.

spend·y

 (spĕn′dē)
adj. Informal
Expensive; costly.

spendy

(ˈspɛndɪ)
adj, spendier or spendiest
US expensive
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Nonresident deer permits are easy to obtain but quite spendy.
It is an excellent choice for Valentine's Day if you are in a smart and spendy frame of mind.
We kept a careful eye on muzzle position and Tim kept himself and his spendy equipment well out of the way.
With at least half a dozen luxury real estate projects in development, the prices of these existing luxury apartments are up for adjustment, but in the meantime, buyers should be prepared to pay a premium compared to their less spendy neighbours, stated the report.
It's no secret that a scouting-camera addiction can get a bit spendy, but fortunately there are quality options out there that won't break the bank.
Rather, it was the perception about how spendy the other spouse was.
It's a solidly Republican legislative body, the source of many federal court findings in voting and election cases that the state intentionally discriminates against minorities, the wellspring of a conservative budget that looks spendy only in comparison to the Senate proposal.
That's about 689 times more expensive than gold, so now you know why tritium sights can be spendy at times.
Jane Fonda has heaved her 7,102-square-foot eco-conscious contemporary home in the trendy and spendy Trousdale Estates area of Beverly Hills up for grabs, with a $12.
A solid-running and shined-up old VW is, as we say here in Oregon, a spendy hankering.
Last month ended up being a bit more spendy than I was happy with not enough to tip us into trouble, just enough to make the next 30 days a little tighter financially than I hoped.
In fact, congressional majorities are preparing resolutions demanding the EPA withdraw the rule while they vote down the president's spendy promises to finance U.