[ UK /ɛɡzˈɔːbɪtəntli/ ]
  1. to an exorbitant degree
    prices are exorbitantly high in the capital
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How To Use exorbitantly In A Sentence

  • Second, I don't think an aristocracy is a necessary condition for the appreciation and expression of craftspersonship, in part because I don't think craft is necessarily exorbitantly expensive. Meringue is Evil
  • We were only shylocked once - an exorbitantly priced lunch, the final total of which bore no earthly resemblance to the prices of the food we'd seen inside the door just moments before.
  • prices are exorbitantly high in the capital
  • It is difficult problem to protect computer software sufficiently but not exorbitantly in the legislative choice and protection of all countries, which is also international problem.
  • This resulted in a stressful, mad scramble in a foreign country, trying to book a last-minute hotel that wasn't exorbitantly priced during a very busy film festival.
  • Even though interest rates had fallen by 2.75% in the past three years, he said the cost of borrowing for business still remained exorbitantly high.
  • Exorbitantly priced restaurants, for one week, set up a special menu for us swarthy groundlings.
  • The Republicans he seeks to satisfy are ideological goofballs like Iowa's Sen. Chuck Grassley, who wails that a nonprofit public insurance option would offer better deals to consumers than the mingy, exorbitantly expensive health care policies sold by the monopolistic insurance giants. Goofing Up Health Care Reform
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