superexpensive

superexpensive

(ˌsuːpərɪkˈspɛnsɪv)
adj
informal very or extremely expensive
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Great style doesn't have to be superexpensive. After all, it's those fabulous finishing touches that really give a room personality and make it special.
These orange mules from Topshop look superexpensive but are just PS69.
"While most of us don't buy superexpensive bottles of wine, there are also examples of everyday wines being faked."
Lib Dem MSP Jim Hume added: "Health boards should be planning services to avoid using these superexpensive contracts." Dr Nikki Thompson, chair of the BMA's Scottish consultants' committee, said that the shifts were undertaken at the request of NHS boards and helped cut backlogs.
"I think most people would tell you that the iPad is not a superexpensive device," the Microsoft CEO said in an (http://seattletimes.com/html/businesstechnology/2019168601_microsoftballmer16.html) interview with the Seattle Times .
"I figured it would be superexpensive, but it turns out to cost about $13 on the Internet for a 90-day supply," he said.
A source said: "She just turned a superexpensive piece of jewellery over to cops.
A trip to the capital just wouldn't be the same without a spot of shopping, but this time I avoided the mainstream madness on Oxford and Regent Street and opted instead for the more independent shops of pedestrianised Carnaby Street and went window shopping at superexpensive Liberty's, London's oldest department store, in an amazing Tudor building.
Superstrong and superthin, graphene is also superexpensive.
He might have had a superexpensive leather jacket made specially for the match, encrusted with 250 rare diamonds, to show just how much disposable income he possesses.
Patrick also created the new position of education secretary and filled it with his own man, Paul Reville, who will be in charge of implementing the ambitious and superexpensive, 10-year education reform.
By the way, has our Government - unbeknown to us - got rid of our own super-accurate, superexpensive weapons of mass destruction ie the trident nuclear system?