I was looking around a lot in Manhattan, but the prices were exorbitant.
Wolff was raised by a father who had an exorbitant amount of enthusiasm for black culture.
President Obama is right to point how the exorbitant cost of child care can be devastating for families.
He charged a fee, sometimes quite an exorbitant one, to those who could afford it, and helped others for free.
The price tag for the dinner is exorbitant at $1,400 a person, but for hardcore Burgundy lovers it is worth it.
The Duomo at Milan was squat, ugly, overrated, and the hotel charges in that city were most exorbitant.
A riot was almost caused by the exorbitant prices that were charged for food.
The league conducted a campaign to educate the masses in regard to housing, and payment of exorbitant rents was discouraged.
In five minutes he was paying for whisky at an exorbitant price.
The gods would be exorbitant indeed if they were not content with your blood for mine!
mid-15c., a legal term, "deviating from rule or principle, eccentric;" from Latin exorbitantem (nominative exorbitans), present participle of exorbitare "deviate, go out of the track," from ex- "out of" (see ex-) + orbita "wheel track" (see orb). Sense of "excessive, immoderate" is from 1620s; of prices, rates, etc., from 1660s. Related: Exorbitantly.