pricily


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pric·ey

also pric·y  (prī′sē)
adj. pric·i·er, pric·i·est Informal
Expensive: a pricey restaurant.

pric′ey·ness n.
pric′i·ly adv.

pricily

(ˈpraɪsɪlɪ)
adv
in a pricey manner
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The menu aims high, if pricily, for example with mussel and orange soup (pounds 6.45) or lamb's sweetbreads with wild mushroom croustade (pounds 15.25).
He lets his aging face (decorated with a sharpie's mustache) do most of his work for him, and his trim body (pricily dressed) does the rest.