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Expensiveness

Lais
charged Demosthenes 10,000 drachmas for night in bed. [Gk. Hist.: Wallechinsky, 328]
100 Philistine foreskins
price David paid to marry Saul’s daughter. [O. T.: I Samuel 18:25–27]
Vincy, Rosamond
Lydgate’s income did not meet her spendthrift habits. [Br. Lit.: Middlemarch, Magill I, 588–591]
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