priciness


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priciness

(ˈpraɪsɪnɪs)
n
the state of being pricey
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Its priciness also makes it a status symbol, she says, and it regularly shows up on the menu at banquets and weddings.
Who said it: 1) El-Hadji Diouf; 2) Theo Walcott; 3) c) 'My life, my menstruation' or 'Ma Vie, Mes Regles', which is just one accent away from being 'My life, my rules'; 4) Serena Williams (to US Open final umpire Eva Asderaki); 5) Mark Allen; 6) Judd Trump; 7) Channel 4 athletics host Ortis Deley; 8) c) PNECRISIS (Bonus: PRICINESS).
It came up in front of 750,000 viewers but co-host Rachel Riley solved the puzzle by coming up with PRICINESS.