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    #1

    priced highly

    Hi guys,

    Can we say "He is pricing it too high" or "This thing has been priced highly"?

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    Re: priced highly

    "He is pricing it too high" or "This thing has been priced too high"

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    Re: priced highly

    Or you could use This thing is overpriced.

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