All Adjective Noun
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  • Could it be he had ever done anything unworthy of his race and training? Cited from The Talking Leaves, by William O. Stoddard
  • It tells him he has done something unworthy of his better self. Cited from Heart and Soul, by Victor Mapes (AKA Maveric Post)
  • I cannot bear that they should think me in any way unworthy of their trust. Cited from Cape Cod Folks, by Sarah P. McLean Greene
  • He was also, or thought he was, in love with my unworthy self. Cited from The Mummy and Miss Nitocris, by George Griffith
  • Think no more of him, father, for he is unworthy to be your son. Cited from The Laughing Prince, Jugoslav Folk and Fairy Tales, by Parker Fillmore
  • Yet in the same instant she put away the thought as unworthy of herself. Cited from Grace Harlowe's Golden Summer, by Jessie Graham Flower
  • How could she love thee, being herself so unworthy to be loved? Cited from Bubbles of the Foam, by Unknown
  • There are many things, as you have just now told me, very unworthy of their company. Cited from Imaginary Conversations and Poems, by Walter Savage Landor
  • You may have thought me light and simple and unworthy to attend upon the queen. Cited from Knickerbocker, or New-York Monthly Magazine, Mar 1844, Vol. 23, Nbr. 3
  • I can provide a name that will not be unworthy of her. Cited from Sisters Three, by Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey
  • They would have shown themselves unworthy of their rich political heritage had they given it any other. Cited from The War of Independence, by John Fiske
  • She felt herself unworthy, because she did not believe she could ever be such a help to any one. Cited from The Pleasant Street Partnership, by Mary F. Leonard
  • Perhaps the woman you speak of is unworthy of your friendship and love. Cited from The Eternal City, by Hall Caine
  • Nor had the latter obtained his knowledge by any unworthy means. Cited from The Two Admirals, by J. Fenimore Cooper
  • Do not turn from me as though I were unworthy of you. Cited from Rabbi and Priest, by Milton Goldsmith
  • Nothing has proved him unworthy; nor has anything declared him indifferent to me. Cited from Sense and Sensibility, by Jane Austen
  • She knew she was unworthy of him: would she were not! Cited from The Young Duke, by Benjamin Disraeli
  • Is it wrong that I too should now seek to drive forth this unworthy man? Cited from St. Cuthbert's, by Robert E. Knowles
  • Indeed, it is unworthy of any man possessed only of common sense. Cited from Advice to a Young Man upon First Going to Oxford, by Edward Berens
  • He has sought my protection, and it shall be granted him until he is proved unworthy of it. Cited from At War with Pontiac, by Kirk Munroe and J. Finnemore
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Meaning of unworthy

  • adjective Lacking in value or merit
    dispel a student whose conduct is deemed unworthy, unworthy of forgiveness