Definition of beyond (or without) price in English:

beyond (or without) price


  • So valuable that no price can be stated.

    ‘the memories they shared were beyond price’
    • ‘‘You are,’ my mother would say, ‘the queen of the world, the jewel of the lotus, the pearl without price, my secret treasure.’’
    • ‘The mementoes and film were beyond price - yet useless to anyone else.’
    • ‘But what people value and the way that they interact with a product goes beyond price.’
    • ‘He never complained about dialysis, arguing that the months gained were beyond price, beyond inconvenience.’
    • ‘That she completed the course gave her an emotional gift beyond price.’
    • ‘After all, the integrity of the nation's economic statistics gathering institutions is beyond price: Many thousands of businesspeople use those statistics as a resource every day.’
    • ‘The rewards for being a family physician are often without price.’
    • ‘Most people who found a faded suitcase in the attic would probably consider it worthless, but for Michel Levi-Leleu, the Frenchman claiming the relic, it is beyond price.’
    • ‘We've also learned people are more important than things; good neighbours, friends and relatives are without price; and memories are more important than possessions.’
    • ‘What you will gain is your people's confidence in your fairness and honesty, an asset beyond price to a manager.’
    of incalculable value, of incalculable worth, of inestimable value, of inestimable worth, of immeasurable value, of immeasurable worth, invaluable, priceless, without price, worth its weight in gold, worth a king's ransom
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