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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30 Bill for three: PS174.71 Food: 7/10 - Mostly impressive Decor: 4/5 - Spectacular Service: 3/5 - Lots of staff, all keen to help Toilets: 5/5 - Divine Value for money: 3/5 - Inescapably spendy
Although $600 may seem spendy for a pellet gun, this is no ordinary pellet gun.
PS16.50, Lymebay winery.co.uk Yes it's spendy, but we love it because it's from our very own shores in Devon, with aromas of cherries, rosehip, strawberries and cream.
AND WHILE THAT SPENDY MANI/PEDI FEELS TOTALLY WORTH IT, THERE ARE PLENTY OF OTHER THINGS THAT ARE GOOD FOR YOUR HEALTH, YOUR HEAD AND YOUR HEART THAT ARE TOTALLY FREE.
President Trump was the site's (http://ibtimes.com/donald-trump-planned-parenthood-among-top-facebook-ad-buyers-summer-2700798) most spendy ad buyer over the summer by a wide margin, for example.
If the surge seems a bit spendy ($92 to go 11 miles, no thank you), walk down to the next corner or wait a bit.
If you are going to buy a spendy over/under, it's hard to go wrong with an Italian-made shotgun.
10-11 BEAUTY We pit spendy beauty buys against their thrifty counterparts.
Nonresident deer permits are easy to obtain but quite spendy. Licenses and tags can be purchased over the counter in some areas but take applying in others.
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.