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price oneself out of the market to charge so much money for goods or services that one loses customers.
price support the maintenance of certain price levels by means of public subsidy or by government surplus purchasing.
price war a situation in which competitive businesses lower their prices, often repeatedly, usu. attempting to drive each other out of business.
prick a small mark or puncture made by something with a sharp or pointed end or edge. [9 definitions]
pricker that which pricks, such as a thorn or a pricking tool.
prickle a small, sharp, pointed growth or extension, such as a plant thorn. [6 definitions]
prickly having small, sharp, pointed growths or extensions; full of prickles. [3 definitions]
prickly heat inflammation of the sweat glands; miliaria.
prickly pear any of various cactuses that have large, bristly, flattened stem joints, and bear brilliant flowers and sometimes edible fruit. [2 definitions]
prick up one's ears to suddenly become attentive and interested. [2 definitions]
pride an inherent feeling of dignity and worth. [7 definitions]
pride and joy something or someone highly valued or loved.
priedieu a low stand with a small desk top and a ledge at the bottom on which to kneel in prayer.
prier someone who inquires about or investigates something curiously or nosily; snoop.
priest a clergyman who performs religious rituals or leads a congregation in worship. [3 definitions]
priestess a female priest, esp. in certain ancient cultures.
priesthood priests as a group. [2 definitions]
priestly of, concerning, or befitting a priest.
prig one who is considered to be too strict, conservative, or smug in his or her conduct or standards of behavior.
prim formally correct and decorous, often to excess.
prima ballerina the principal female dancer in a ballet company.