Valuable

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Definition

valuable: expensive, precious, worth a lot (of money, or sentimental value)
adjective
Valuable jewels Jewels that are worth a lot of money

(I put my) valuables (in a safe): (I put my) treasures, prized possessions, precious items (in a safe)
noun
Pronunciation examples
UK: I can't believe you dropped that vase, it's very valuable.
US: Well you shouldn't leave valuable things lying around.
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Examples

  • "The National Egg Council suggests that eggs are an essential part of a healthy diet, providing valuable protein and other helpful vitamins and minerals, including potassium and calcium."
  • "We hope that using your product will add an air of realism to the film as well as providing valuable publicity for Delavigne."
  • "Did I ever tell you that I won the 'Most Valuable Player' in my croquet league as a teenager?"
  • "Needless to say, he is our most valuable client."
  • "The HR department can be a valuable resource in getting you and your family settled and integrated into the community as soon as possible."
  • "Far from it, I would envision a hefty fine and community service for the two of them. On the other hand, any effort you could make to avoid a jail sentence for Mr. Marron or Mr. Connors would be greatly appreciated, as these two are valuable contributors to the Delavigne team, without whom we could not thrive."
  • "Some of the pieces are quite valuable."
  • "I think she might be able to give you some valuable information."
  • "Scientists won't shut up about how valuable it is to replenish your energy with a complete sleep cycle."

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