not at any price

not at any price

Under no circumstances or in no manner, regardless of potential gain or benefit. Not at any price would I ever work for a faceless corporation like that—I'd lose my mind sitting behind a desk all day!
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not at ˈany price

used to say that no amount of money would persuade you to do or sell something: ‘What about joining the army?’ ‘Not at any price. That’s the last thing I want to do.’
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MONACO is the place to be seen, but not at any price - even for the megarich.
Any loss is a bad loss, and one would prefer to prevent every one, but probably not at any price. The rub is--what price makes business sense?
Everton still need a new arena but not at any price. Liverpool also see the necessity for a new one and so should we, even if it means re-building Goodison Park.
Not at any price. A vibrant, working market was destroyed in just a few short years.
Third, if the decedent shareholder chose to sell his shares during his lifetime, he must have been obligated to sell them at the price fixed by the agreement, and not at any price he otherwise might have chosen.