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unvalued

Line breaks: un|val¦ued
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈvaljuːd
 
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Definition of unvalued in English:

adjective

1Not considered to be important or beneficial: he felt unvalued
More example sentences
  • Although pleased to be kept on, I felt unwanted and unvalued.
  • Depressed-aggressive suicide-murderers are likely to be people who feel unloved and unvalued, the very opposite of the New York firemen and self-sacrificing passengers aboard the fourth plane, scuppered in the Pennsylvania woods.
  • Some women will be annoyed if you step in too little, feeling abandoned and unvalued.
2 archaic Not valued or appraised with regard to monetary worth.
Example sentences
  • Many homes contained unvalued possessions that had been their property since the Victorian and Georgian days.

Words that rhyme with unvalued

Ermintrude • Gertrude

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