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little steep

 and little pricey
Fig. relatively expensive; costing more than one wants to pay. The food here is a little pricey, but you get a lot of it.
See also: little, steep


mod. expensive. Do you have anything less pricy?
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Runnymede Mansion on Runnymede Road, Ponteland, Northumberland, sits on a street that is among the priciest in the region
The second priciest listing to come online this week is an eight-bedroom co-op unit at 740 Park Avenue, asking $60 million.
Based on these criteria, three African cities -- Luanda, Ndjamena and Libreville in Gabon at seven -- were among the 10 priciest cities for the first time, reflecting the increasing economic importance of this region across all business sectors.
However, research into the actual cost of holidaying in each country revealed that, whilst Switzerland and Denmark were indeed in the top five (taking second and third spots), the priciest hotspot was actually France.
It was business as usual for Waitrose, which emerged the priciest retailer with a basket that cost almost [pounds sterling]7 more than Tesco's.
Officially the country's priciest tree, the London Plane tree is set to live on in perpetuity after cuttings are grown and planted across Westminster Parks.
SCOTLAND is one of the priciest places in the UK to have a pint.
Today, ultramodern Hong Kong is one of the priciest cities in the world, full of upscale restaurants that could rival those in Paris or New York City.
On Sunday, owners of some of the world's priciest cars beat Santa Claus down the chimney to bring 10,000 toys for San Fernando Valley children.
This compared well with the other pies we tested, although it was the priciest
Ads proclaim nearly every hotel, restaurant, nightclub, show, shopping mall or real estate development as the largest, priciest or most luxurious of them all.
As you'd expect, it's also one of the priciest conversions you can buy at a hefty pounds 86,000.
This is happening not coincidentally as the projectors--which are typically the priciest single component in a multimedia setup--are becoming smaller, brighter and cheaper.
With rooms starting at US$280 a night, the priciest hotel just happens to be the best in Lima, where the posh Orient-Express company has taken over operation of the Miraflores Park Hotel.
Highbury is the priciest venue for watching football in England while Darlington provides the cheapest,' Nationwide said.