expensiveness

NOUN
  1. the quality of being high-priced
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How To Use expensiveness In A Sentence

  • She could just feel the expensiveness of the carpet underneath her feet as she walked.
  • The Internet will also help drive economies as it increases exponentially the ease, speed, and inexpensiveness with which information can be collected.
  • They are inexpensive, to be sure, but the inexpensiveness comes with its own price. » Battling the Toy Catalogues Strocel.com
  • I love the portability, inexpensiveness, dependability of a spiral notebook. Huh. Writing? Why not.
  • The simplicity and inexpensiveness of the VSAT antenna has been essential in widening the scope of utilizing satellite telecommunications.
  • Finally, if the results of Vargas et al are confirmed in properly designed, controlled, double-blind studies in humans, silver nitrate could become the sclerosant of choice, given its wide availability and inexpensiveness.
  • Sadly, much of this has faded out with the inexpensiveness of Computer Graphics. quick giant set workout Giant Set | SciFi, Fantasy & Horror Collectibles
  • Yet this Waikiki house stressed no less than the rest in beauty, in dignity, and in expensiveness of upkeep. ON THE MAKALOA MAT
  • The main characteristics of the LANDSAT data are their worldwide and repetitive coverage; synoptic view; uniformity over time and over large areas; multispectoral nature; availability in digital form for computer analysis; planimetric (near orthographic) images; the ready availability, ease of use and inexpensiveness of data (as of October 1982, a 18.5 cm × 18.5 cm colour print covering 34,000 square kilometres cost US$45). Chapter 6
  • The expensiveness indicates to me simply that this object probably won't actually be used for the purpose it was made.
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