spendy


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spendy

Expensive; pricey; costly. The new restaurant is a bit spendy, but the food is absolutely delicious. I need a new laptop, but I'm not looking for anything too spendy.

spendy

mod. expensive; pricey. That brand is a little spendy, but the difference may be worth it.
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Secondarily to the perception of a spendy wife, the study found that men saw having more children as impacting financial conflict, and women saw a lack of financial communication overall as impacting financial conflict.
It's a solidly Republican legislative body, the source of many federal court findings in voting and election cases that the state intentionally discriminates against minorities, the wellspring of a conservative budget that looks spendy only in comparison to the Senate proposal.
That's about 689 times more expensive than gold, so now you know why tritium sights can be spendy at times.
Jane Fonda has heaved her 7,102-square-foot eco-conscious contemporary home in the trendy and spendy Trousdale Estates area of Beverly Hills up for grabs, with a $12.99 million price tag.
A solid-running and shined-up old VW is, as we say here in Oregon, a spendy hankering.
In fact, congressional majorities are preparing resolutions demanding the EPA withdraw the rule while they vote down the president's spendy promises to finance U.N.
"HELLO, MY NAME IS PATRICK, and I am a serial chronograph murderer." No, not the very spendy chronograph timepiece you wear on your wrist, the kind that registers bullet velocity.
Consider The Denver Post's August 2014 article on AAM's opening, which described the town as flashy and spendy, and began with the following: "Only in Aspen--surrounded by hills and mountains of money--would the good citizens come together to raise $72 million for a museum with no collection." Finances aside, many residents and visitors have described the building (now Aspen's tallest) as an eyesore that stands out at the base of the prestigious ski resort.
But they get spendy and are too much trouble to pull on for just a couple of minutes' work.
For healthful lunches that are tasty, trendy and not too spendy, visit http://www.ingridients.com/publications.
It is not surprising, therefore, that global luxury brand managers have suddenly started paying closer attention to the "spendy" Chinese travelers not just in China, but also those hitting their retail doors in Europe, America and around the world.
I found a local that can machine a pin and silver solder the sight back on but it's very spendy, like $250-$300.00.
Come to think of it, I just might splurge on a spendy wool sweater I've been coveting.
At $200 a night, Turtleback Farm Inn (turtlebackinn.com; [??]) is spendy for Orcas, but you'll feel like you're on your own private farm.
Even if, like me, you prefer autoloaders and pumps to spendy side-by-sides.