price of... n.
(Irish) all one is worth, one’s due deserts, one’s fate; esp. as the price of me.
|BS].Canaries n.p.: They’re going to call the police – it’ll be the price of him if he’s jailed [|
|Out After Dark 140: I had been a fool to believe it would be otherwise; it was the price of me.|
|Irish Times 25 Jan. n.p.: It will be the full price of the critic quoted above if he begins to hear Kon’s ‘disembodied mutterings’ .|