Definition of exorbitance in English:

exorbitance

noun

  • See exorbitant

    • ‘Driving back down from the hills, signs of exorbitance abound.’
    • ‘Her unusual exorbitance results from an eccentric upbringing that openly accepts and welcomes transience.’
    • ‘Along with the similarly too-free-spirited two songs, such unchecked exorbitance damages the album's hard-won continuity.’
    • ‘This is a lesser achievement than the strange, brilliant, delirious works of Gogol's prime; but it is, nevertheless, colored throughout by the inspired exorbitances of his genius.’
    • ‘Micah's parents had come in to inform us that they were leaving for something-or-other and swept out the door in a whiff of perfume and exorbitance.’

Pronunciation

exorbitance

/ɪɡˈzɔːbɪt(ə)ns/