worth

All Adjective Noun
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  • What did you find in existence worth as much as this human nature?
  • If a player has three fan then his hand is worth one base point.
  • In the end, it's all worth it because it really makes me happy.
  • A walk up to the castle is worth the effort though, because of the view.
  • It was n't worth much and it was n't very wide. Cited from The Cross-Cut, by Courtney Ryley Cooper
  • Wins throughout the season will also be worth five more points than in previous seasons.
  • In such a case, a knight is worth far more than a bishop.
  • Seeing the player's hand may be worth the small amount of money in the long run.
  • A winning hand with nine fan is worth four base points.
  • Ain't it worth twenty-five thousand to you to be governor? Cited from Somewhere in France and Other Stories, by Richard Harding Davis
  • It was understood that he was worth twenty-five thousand dollars. Cited from Andy Grant's Pluck, by Horatio Alger
  • They also need to have their self-worth mirrored by these people.
  • It is known there were actions with multiple ships captured where a single share was worth almost double this.
  • His father was convinced that the boys did indeed have something worth pursuing.
  • In her view, it would not be worth the chaos it would create.
  • Should the content of the list change frequently, repeated re-organization may be more trouble than it is worth.
  • Nearly half the homes in the county were worth less than their mortgages.
  • The market is estimated to be worth more than billion per year in food sales alone.
  • According to theory, a company should not be worth more when it is in an index.
  • Note that at the time, tries were worth four points.
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Meaning of worth

  • noun An indefinite quantity of something having a specified value
    10 dollars worth of gasoline
  • noun The quality that renders something desirable or valuable or useful
  • noun French couturier (born in england) regarded as the founder of parisian haute couture; noted for introducing the bustle (1825-1895)