expensively (part of speech: adverb)
superfluously (part of speech: adverb)
- We give a fair specimen from one of the Jamaica papers, on which our political editors choose most to rely for their information:- " In referring to the state of the country this week, we have still the same tale to tell of little work, and that little indifferently done, but exorbitantly charged for; and wherever resisted, a general " strike" is the consequence. - "The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Omnibus", American Anti-Slavery Society.
- Europe has not much surplus production, so that should prices rise exorbitantly here only a small amount could be drawn from there and this would instantly raise prices in Europe, so that our home manufacturers could not be seriously affected. - "Autobiography of Andrew Carnegie", Andrew Carnegie.
- The fellahs, or poor Arabs, who cultivate the soil, being compelled to pay exorbitantly for permission to do so, suffered the extreme of misery in the midst of great natural wealth. - "The History of Napoleon Buonaparte", John Gibson Lockhart.