unaffordably

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English[edit]

Adverb[edit]

unaffordably (comparative more unaffordably, superlative most unaffordably)

  1. To a degree that is unaffordable; in an unreasonably expensive manner.
    Some judges set unaffordably high bail at times with the intention of keeping suspected criminals in prison pending trial.

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