from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- suffix Of sufficient worth for: creditworthy.
- suffix Suitable or safe for: crashworthy.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- suffix Of sufficient worth for; deserving of.
- suffix Suitable or safe for; capable of enduring or able to bear; able to withstand.
- suffix Able to be; fit to be; -able.
- suffix Having the right, power, permission, or freedom to.
Forget the lesbian girls: in this heteronormative culture, all a girl could care about are buff and "OMG"-worthy guys.
Oh, don't worry, there'll be flirting, dates and hook-ups, but at its core, Free Agents will not have you swooning over "aww"-worthy moments.
Ron Schiller's performance on videotape—which included lecturing two young men pretending to be Muslims on how to select wine—is a "South Park"-worthy caricature of the American liberal as an effete, Volvo-driving, wine-sipping, NPR-listening dunderhead.
The blogger/casting director gushed to friends about the new layout of her blog with an infectious enthusiasm, much unlike Zoe, who lets her guard down in such a manner for only the most "I Die"-worthy moments.
This was turning out to be a profitable trip to the post office, “whoa”-worthy check or no.
On Thursday, a reader asked if the blog's popular feature of posting "Grey's Anatomy"-worthy injuries constituted a Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act HIPAA violation.