Definition of premium:
actuary, assurance, customer care, bull, exchange premium, benefit, high, subsidy, bear, honorarium, tribute, pension, excellent, aftermarket, bid price, bounty, sumptuous, agio, buyer's market, high-ticket, all-inclusive, credit rating, payment, accolade, churn rate, settlement, bid, insurance premium, subvention, all-in, ultraexpensive, chargeable, award, direct marketing, aid, adjuster, support, contributory, advance, inclusive, discounted, selected, bearish, high-class, pricey, big-ticket, valuable, broker-dealer, extra, grant, bullish, bull market, precious, agiotage, basic, bonus, call, luxurious, spendy, plum, exclusive, collision damage waiver, prize, gift, amplitude, carrier, bondholder, cold call, payback, bounteousness, deposit, select, actuarial, allowance, cross-selling, superior, high-end, good, guerdon, bear market, fancy, reward, half-price, gratuity, detail, indemnity, broker, contribution, remittance, comprehensive, bountifulness, down payment.
- expensive (part of speech: adjective)
- price (part of speech: noun)
- penalty (part of speech: noun)
- "The Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus (Vol. II)", Washington Irving.
- "The Madness of May", Meredith Nicholson.
The " not" in a prohibition is no addition to the pictured course to which it is attached, and the physiological fact that the attention tends to set up action upon that which is attended to comes in to put a premium on disobedience.- "The Story of the Mind", James Mark Baldwin.