Examples from the Web for expensively
None of the property here is expensively built up; most of it is exceedingly poor and shabby.
But most of the expensively furnished houses show plainly that the upholsterer has been given carte blanche to do what he will.Town Life in Australia|R. E. N. (Richard) Twopeny
She was expensively dressed, although her torn frock and coat were not in very good taste.Ruth Fielding on Cliff Island|Alice Emerson
What a handsome woman she had become, he was thinking, and how expensively dressed!If Only etc.|Francis Clement Philips and Augustus Harris
I am not expensively gowned, but do I not wear my clothes well?What Will People Say?|Rupert Hughes
British Dictionary definitions for expensively
Word Origin and History for expensively
1620s, "given to profuse expenditure," from expense (n.) + -ive. Meaning "costly" is from 1630s. Earlier was expenseful (c.1600). Expenseless was in use mid-17c.-18c., but there seems nothing now to which it applies, and the dictionaries label it "obsolete."