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worth British & World English

Equivalent in value to the sum or item specified

worth English Thesaurus

a buyer may require independent evidence of the rug's worth

Worth, Charles Frederick British & World English

(1825–95), English couturier, resident in France from 1845. Regarded as the founder of Parisian haute couture, he is noted for designing gowns with crinolines and for introducing the bustle

Fort Worth British & World English

A city in northern Texas; population 703,073 (est. 2008)

self-worth British & World English

Another term for self-esteem.

well worth British & World English

Certainly worth

worth while British & World English

Worth the time or effort spent

one's money's worth British & World English

Good value for one’s money

worth one's salt British & World English

Good or competent at the job or profession specified

not be worth a damn British & World English

Have no value at all

for what it is worth British & World English

Used to emphasize that one is offering a suggestion or opinion without making a claim to its validity

rush2 British & World English

A thing of no value (used for emphasis)

for all someone is worth British & World English

As energetically or enthusiastically as someone can

two cents British & World English

An unsolicited opinion

the game's not worth the candle British & World English

The potential advantages to be gained from doing something do not justify the cost or trouble involved

be worth one's weight in gold British & World English

Be extremely useful or helpful

worth while in while British & World English

Worth the time or effort spent

be not worth the paper it is written on British & World English

Be of no value or validity despite having been written down

worth one's salt in salt British & World English

Good or competent at the job or profession specified

pennyworth British & World English

An amount of something that may be bought for a penny

one's pennyworth in pennyworth British & World English

A person’s contribution to a discussion

a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush British & World English

It’s better to be content with what you have than to risk losing everything by seeking to get more

one's money's worth in money British & World English

Good value for one’s money

two cents in two British & World English

An unsolicited opinion

halfpennyworth British & World English

As much as could be bought for a halfpenny

the game's not worth the candle in candle British & World English

The potential advantages to be gained from doing something do not justify the cost or trouble involved

for all someone is worth in worth British & World English

As energetically or enthusiastically as someone can

for what it is worth in worth British & World English

Used to emphasize that one is offering a suggestion or opinion without making a claim to its validity


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