I may get my exorbitant profit-or Taggart Transcontinental may crash before I collect it.
The article had come out as a collection of sentences that gave him exorbitant praise and garbled every thought he had expressed.
The office suited him; it contained nothing but the few pieces of furniture he needed, all of them harshly simplified down to their essential purpose, all of them exorbitantly expensive in the quality of materials and the skill of design.
No one has had to wonder why a track laborer is using such exorbitant amounts of electricity.
Most of the rural population had long since been reduced to the life of those ages when artificial light was an exorbitant luxury, and a sunset put an end to human activity.
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I knew it was likely that he was paid an exorbitant amount of money for his story and that he was probably worrying about a mountain of debt for his education.
Kiera Cass -- The Heir
Mia is the one who bought my guitar for some exorbitant sum, which means that Mia knew it was up for auction.