This is most obvious when expensive forms of trash are forced to backflip until they obviate their standard uses.
But Botton is not interested in broaching the subject of “how to make it work,” as an artist in an expensive town.
“Go to an expensive area of town,” continues the instructress.
Politics is too expensive, and a new president has people to pay back.
Everyone brought nice neat little lunches, packet perfectly in expensive lunch boxes.
He is superbly dressed in a fur coat and an expensive cigar.
expensive pests, these crabs; for they bore into the levees, and ruin them.
There's a fine vein of quartz to develop, expensive machinery to install.
But in the end it was the most expensive wine it has ever been our misfortune to invest in.
Her palace at The Hague is pretty, but simple, while she finds the one in Amsterdam too large and too expensive for common use.