expenditure (part of speech: noun)
price (part of speech: noun)
- What has surprised me in making these arrangements, Linder confessed, is the comparatively small outlay they involve.
- The sum of seventy- one thousand one hundred and twenty- five dollars, somewhat exceeding that stipulated, was promptly subscribed, chiefly by citizens of Boston and Cambridge, and Agassiz himself gave all the collections he had brought together during the last four or five years, estimated, merely by the outlay made upon them, at ten thousand dollars. - "Louis Agassiz: His Life and Correspondence", Louis Agassiz.
- Believe me, it is a necessary outlay, and of course it will go into the general expenses of the firm. - "Fromont and Risler, Complete", Alphonse Daudet Last Updated: March 3, 2009.