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No matter what expense or difficulty is involved:‘they wanted peace at any price’
whatever the price, whatever the cost, at whatever cost, no matter the cost, no matter what the cost, cost what it may, regardlessView synonyms
- ‘He remained hopeful that the state telecom would be sold by the end of the year but he reiterated that would not be done at any price.’
- ‘The statesman's maxim shall be peace, and peace at any price.’
- ‘The airport is crowded with people clamoring for a seat at any price.’
- ‘It's difficult to resist the feeling that some ideas have been dreamed up by scientists desperate to make a name for themselves at any price.’
- ‘If you are determined to go at any price, though, there's still a chance as a few tickets are going to be held back and auctioned off.’
- ‘However, he favored orchid collectors as his customers since they would buy a new hybrid or rare genus of orchid at any price.’
- ‘The rule of law must not and cannot be compromised at any price or for any reason.’
- ‘For those who are still adamant to return to their old villages at any price, there are hard conditions.’
- ‘History is littered with examples of ill-conceived attempts to keep the peace at any price.’
- ‘They wanted to reach the top at any price, literally starving and slaving to find success and fame.’
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