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Exorbitant vs. Exhorbitant

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Exorbitantadjective

Exceeding proper limits; extravagant; excessive or unduly high.

‘You also have to pay exorbitant interest if you have credit card debt.’;

Exhorbitantadjective

misspelling of exorbitant

Exorbitantadjective

Departing from an orbit or usual track; hence, deviating from the usual or due course; going beyond the appointed rules or established limits of right or propriety; excessive; extravagant; enormous; inordinate; as, exorbitant appetites and passions; exorbitant charges, demands, or claims.

‘Foul exorbitant desires.’;

Exorbitantadjective

Not comprehended in a settled rule or method; anomalous.

‘The Jews . . . [were] inured with causes exorbitant, and such as their laws had not provided for.’;

Exorbitantadjective

greatly exceeding bounds of reason or moderation;

‘exorbitant rent’; ‘extortionate prices’; ‘spends an outrageous amount on entertainment’; ‘usorious interest rate’; ‘unconscionable spending’;

Exorbitantadjective

(of a price or amount charged) unreasonably high

‘some hotels charge exorbitant rates for phone calls’;

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