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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
valued(especially having a personal value)
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adjective characterized by feeling or showing fond affection for
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Make a cover and artwork for the spine of the notebook, so that it is clearly identified as your treasured recipes.
I thought I'd ask one of the so-called treasured demographically enhanced viewers what they thought of the Oscar changes.
I was also very lucky that I didn't break my hand, though I did break a treasured watch that my father had passed on to me and also punctured an expensive hole in my living-room wall.
Label their treasured used clothes and skip the first day ceremony.
She treats last meals as something special and treasured, which is perhaps why some of the world's famous chefs have agreed to participate in her project.
People seem to feel that they're doing the world a favor by donating their "treasured" articles to libraries.
God repeats and expands his promises throughout Genesis, and by the time Moses comes into the picture, God says that if the people of Israel follow his commandments he will make them a "treasured" or "special" nation -- which has been translated many time as "chosen." in prayers like the Friday night blessing over the wine: "Because it is us You have chosen and blessed above all the other nations."
We'd met at a party, gone hiking a few times, and he'd become the kind of treasured person you call when you're in trouble because you know he'll drop everything and come help.
A loner in consequence, it's hinted, of a dislocated social background; now essentially affectless — making love "with cold passion" to any one of three complaisant married women — enjoying a life of comfort, tended by a "treasured" Scots housekeeper in his apartment on one of Chelsea's posher squares.
I can't believe this guys views are seriously "treasured".