spendy


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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.
Our judges lauded Portland's chefs for turning out innovative food that's very local and not very spendy.
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.
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But they get spendy and are too much trouble to pull on for just a couple of minutes' work.
I found a local that can machine a pin and silver solder the sight back on but it's very spendy, like $250-$300.
David Mongtomery, Defending Abortion Bill Could Get Spendy for State, RAPID CITY J.
Yes, hunting birds can be as spendy as you want to make it, just like any hobby, I suspect.
Come to think of it, I just might splurge on a spendy wool sweater I've been coveting.
Mossberg's 4x4, shooting groups under an inch, certainly fits that definition and at a fraction of the cost of more spendy guns that really cannot provide any more accuracy save off a bench in controlled conditions.
The reason is that Sinamar is pretty spendy, and the ingredients for the double IPA are pretty spendy too.
To stall your spendy ways, try hanging on to your money until you find something you really want.
His company, Property Solutions, was developing software to automate all of a property management company's transactions, and Bateman soon discovered that software is a spendy endeavor.