Worth synonyms

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Worthy, as of reward, praise, or aid.
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The state or quality of being good
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Right for the purpose; suitable; fit; proper
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Having the noble qualities of an ideal knight; gallant, courteous, honorable, etc.
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(Archaic) Judgment; opinion.
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A title of honor or respect; more common in the form Excellency.
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Extensive amounts of material possessions or money; wealth.
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Plural form of holding
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Import, or meaning
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The quality or condition of being whole or undivided; completeness:
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Superior quality or worth; excellence:
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A particular system of such principles
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The quality or state of being noble; nobility or grandeur
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A mark of some quality, condition, or fact; distinguishing or characteristic feature, mood, tone, etc.
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Plural form of possession
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The cost, as in life, labor, sacrifice, etc., of obtaining some benefit or advantage
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The degree of excellence which a thing possesses
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Conduct according to moral principles; strict honesty; uprightness of character
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Valuable or precious possessions.
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Importance; consequence; moment
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The quality or state of being sincere; honesty, genuineness, good faith, etc.
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Reliability; dependability.
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The height of a person, or sometimes an animal, in a natural standing position
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The most important part or idea of what is said or written; the essence or gist:
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The quality of being useful, to which extent something is useful
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An example or kind of moral excellence:
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Much money or property; great amount of worldly possessions; riches
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The force with which an object near the Earth or another celestial body is attracted toward the center of the body by gravity. An object's weight depends on its mass and the strength of the gravitational pull. The weight of an object in an aircraft flying at high altitude is less than its weight at sea level, since the strength of gravity decreases with increasing distance from the Earth's surface. The SI unit of weight is the newton, though units of mass such as grams or kilograms are used more informally to denote the weight of some mass, understood as the force acting on it in a gravitational field with a strength of one G. The pound is also still used as a unit of weight.
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(Countable) The result or product of being qualified or eligible.
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In the common law, a legal action to require a person to account for money or property. See also accounting.
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Determined or estimated value or price on the market
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The diameter of the bore of a firearm, usually shown in hundredths or thousandths of an inch and expressed in writing or print in terms of a decimal fraction:
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Deserved; suitable
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(Obs.) Having good financial credit
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Fit to be chosen; legally or morally qualified
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Possible to estimate:
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Serving as a model.
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Of a size or scale that is larger than life:
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Worthy of being honored
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Healthy; salubrious; normal; having a disposition to promote healing; not noxious; as, laudable juices of the body; laudable pus.
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Having merit; deserving reward, praise, etc.
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Meeting the standards, requirements, and training for a position.
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Having enough worth or merit (for someone or something specified); meriting
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The incremental increase in an asset’s value, usually because of inflation. Compare depreciation.
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(Law) Sufficient estate; property sufficient in the hands of an executor or heir to pay the debts or legacies of the testator or ancestor to satisfy claims against it.
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A benefit, premium, or reward offered or given, especially by a government, to cause a person to take some specific action.
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The amount paid for something by a dealer, contractor, etc.: a markup is usually added to arrive at a selling price
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A thing that people want; something that is desirable.
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(Mathematics) An equivalence relation.
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The act or an instance of estimating:
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Chastity or purity
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French couturier (born in England) regarded as the founder of Parisian haute couture; noted for introducing the bustle (1825-1895)
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