expensively

[ US /ˌɛkˈspɛnsɪvɫi/ ]
[ UK /ɛkspˈɛnsɪvli/ ]
ADVERB
  1. in an expensive manner
    an expensively dressed little man turned a corner and approached her
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How To Use expensively In A Sentence

  • Poor-quality repairs to guttering, fascia boards and roofs are carried out quickly but expensively - with problems coming to light only after payment has been made and the trader has long gone.
  • The Reiksguard forms an elite core of highly trained, expensively-equipped troops who are loyal to the Emperor in person.
  • an expensively dressed little man turned a corner and approached her
  • All three projects can be easily and inexpensively made in a matter of hours from a few scrap sheets of plywood.
  • Most of them love a drink, a surprising number of them smoke, and they almost all eat well, by which I mean expensively and luxuriously. Cheeseburger Gothic » Burger lite.
  • When selling expensively, we return earn much ah!
  • It consists of adding two human proteins, lactoferrin and lysozyme, which are produced inexpensively in genetically modified (GM) rice plants, to rice-based oral rehydration solution. Activism in the Time of Cholera
  • They disdained make-up and shampoo but drove nice cars and lived in expensively decorated tree-houses.
  • Both may have expensively assembled defences but that is not why they are conceding so few goals. The Sun
  • You can get a ruffler quite inexpensively if you watch the sales at the fabric store and use your half price or 40% off coupon. Alfred Augustus Glendening 1861-1903
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