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high-priced Line breaks: high-priced
(also high-price)

Definition of high-priced in English:

adjective

Costing a great deal; expensive: high-quality and high-priced furniture a team of high-priced lawyers
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  • Lenders offer brokers, who handle about 65% of mortgages, incentive payments to send high-priced loans their way.
  • He slept there rather than pay for the last remaining room, a high-priced deluxe suite.
  • Promotions also let product marketers use popular, high-priced talent at minimal cost.

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