OTHER WORDS FROM pricypric·i·ness, noun
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If you do want to splurge on heated or leather styles, though, your hands will be warmer and more likely to still be benefitting from the heat pricier mittens provide several winters from now.
Depending upon the frequency of use, these less expensive shovels will probably not last as long as a pricier model.
At over 5 feet tall, it’s much larger and pricier than other mass-market hydroponic gardens that let you grow plants without soil.CES goes full pandemic with smart masks, stickers to detect covid and the biggest WiFi update in years|Geoffrey Fowler, Heather Kelly, Dalvin Brown, Rachel Lerman|January 12, 2021|Washington Post
To start the new year off right, here’s a sauvignon blanc from the Loire Valley that sports a modest Touraine designation but tastes more like a pricier Sancerre.This sauvignon blanc tastes like a splurge, but doesn’t cost like one|Dave McIntyre|January 2, 2021|Washington Post
They’re sharp and beautiful, which you’d probably expect from pricy Hasselblad glass.Hasselblad’s new $6,400 camera is weird and wonderful|Stan Horaczek|January 2, 2021|Popular-Science