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Synonyms for cost

sell at

Synonyms

  • sell at
  • come to
  • set (someone) back
  • be priced at
  • command a price of

lose

Synonyms

  • lose
  • deprive of
  • cheat of

at all costs

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Synonyms for cost

an amount paid or to be paid for a purchase

something expended to obtain a benefit or desired result

a loss sustained in the accomplishment of or as the result of something

to require a specified price

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Synonyms for cost

the property of having material worth (often indicated by the amount of money something would bring if sold)

value measured by what must be given or done or undergone to obtain something

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be priced at

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require to lose, suffer, or sacrifice

References in classic literature ?
Like all time-saving inventions, like the railroad, the reaper, and the Bessemer converter, the telephone, in the last analysis, COSTS NOTHING; IT IS THE LACK OF IT THAT COSTS.
Goethe said that every bon mot of his had cost a purse of gold.
In exactly the same way, as the citizens of our Industrial Republic become refined, year by year the cost of slaughterhouse products will increase; until eventually those who want to eat meat will have to do their own killing--and how long do you think the custom would survive then?--To go on to another item--one of the necessary accompaniments of capitalism in a democracy is political corruption; and one of the consequences of civic administration by ignorant and vicious politicians, is that preventable diseases kill off half our population.
This I succeeded in doing to such an extent that I was soon informed that I would be allowed the full cost of my board in return for my work.
"It cost a napoleon, madame, and was made expressly for myself."
"You do not expect to sell it at what it cost?" was the dry answer.
Those conveniences which the student requires at Cambridge or elsewhere cost him or somebody else ten times as great a sacrifice of life as they would with proper management on both sides.
This never costs anything to speak of, unless you plant more than enough.
There is another well-known suit in Chancery, not yet decided, which was commenced before the close of the last century and in which more than double the amount of seventy thousand pounds has been swallowed up in costs. If I wanted other authorities for Jarndyce and Jarndyce, I could rain them on these pages, to the shame of--a parsimonious public.
Cost: w/out housing: one week session, $535; three week session, $1,500 (credit), $1,075 (non credit).
DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION recently spoke with him about his approach to health care cost management to garner tips that might be useful for administrators facing similar health care cost woes.
"Money spent every month, thought to be the cost of doing business, can be saved and a portion of the savings used to buy new equipment," he says.
Cost segregation allows property owners to qualify for substantial state and federal tax savings when real estate holdings qualify for accelerated depreciation, meaning larger tax deductions over a shorter period.
Multiple sclerosis affects approximately 400,000 people at an annual estimated cost per-patient of $18,000.
Such a "but for" causation test, however, is not apparent from the text's "ordinary, common meaning" The statute demands not a subjective and hypothetical inquiry but, rather, an objective determination of whether the particular cost is one peculiar to trusts and that individuals are incapable of incurring.