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64 Synonyms & Antonyms of VALUABLE - Merriam-Webster
Synonyms of valuable valuable 1 of 2 adjective Definition of valuable as in expensive commanding a large price an extremely valuable diamond necklace Synonyms & Similar Words Relevance expensive precious costly premium priceless extravagant high pricey invaluable dear luxurious pricy spendy high-ticket big-ticket high-end inestimable ultraexpensive

Valuable Definition & Meaning - Merriam-Webster
Synonyms of valuable 1 a : having monetary value b : worth a good price 2 a : having desirable or esteemed characteristics or qualities valuable friendships b : of great use or service valuable advice valuableness noun valuably ˈval-yə-blē -yə-wə-blē -yü-ə- adverb valuable 2 of 2 noun

VALUABLE | English meaning - Cambridge Dictionary
Meaning of valuable in English valuable adjective uk / ˈvæl.jə.b ə l / us / ˈvæl.jə.b ə l / valuable adjective (MONEY) B1 worth a lot of money: These antiques are extremely valuable. This is losing valuable business for the company. Opposite worthless (NO MONEY) Note: Invaluable means 'extremely useful'. More examples

VALUABLE | definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary
Meaning of valuable in English valuable adjective us / ˈvæl.jə.b ə l / uk / ˈvæl.jə.b ə l / valuable adjective (MONEY) B1 worth a lot of money: These antiques are extremely valuable. This is losing valuable business for the company. Opposite worthless (NO MONEY) Note: Invaluable means 'extremely useful'. More examples

VALUABLE Synonyms: 59 Synonyms & Antonyms for VALUABLE | Thesaurus.com
adj. very important; priceless noun prized possession synonyms for valuable Compare Synonyms beneficial costly expensive helpful important invaluable prized profitable relevant scarce treasured useful valued worthwhile collectible dear heirloom worthy admired appreciated cherished esteemed estimable held dear high-priced hot hot property in demand

Valuable - definition of valuable by The Free Dictionary
1. Having considerable monetary or material value for use or exchange: a valuable diamond. 2. Of great importance, use, or service: valuable information; valuable advice. 3. Having admirable or esteemed qualities or characteristics: a valuable friend. n.

Valuable Definition & Meaning | Britannica Dictionary
valuable / ˈ væljəbəl/ adjective Britannica Dictionary definition of VALUABLE [more valuable; most valuable] 1 : worth a lot of money valuabl e antiques/artwork The watch is extremely valuable. 2 : very useful or helpful A lot of valuable advice/information can be found in this book. I learned a valuable lesson.

valuable - قاموس WordReference.com إنجليزي - عربي
valuable adj (worth a lot of money) ثمين : That vase is extremely valuable. تلك المزهرية ثمينة جدًا. valuable adj (important) قيّم، مهم (مجازي) ثمين : His valuable contributions make him an important member of the team. مساهماته القيّمة تجعله عضوًا لا غنى عنه في ...

The Top 15 Most Valuable Nickels - The Spruce Crafts
Most Proof coins in this series had production runs of approximately 1,000 coins. However, in 1867 only 25 Proof coins were minted, with no more than 10 of them surviving today. This coin's extreme rarity and its pristine condition makes it the most valuable coin in the Shield nickel series.

What is another word for valuable - WordHippo
Having great value, as a commodity or on a sentimental level. Commanding a high price due to perceived value. Cherished or treasured, having great sentimental value. … more . Adjective. . Having great value, as a commodity or on a sentimental level. invaluable. priceless.

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