from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Invaluable; being beyond price.
- adj. Not valuable; having little value.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Being above price; invaluable; priceless.
- Valueless; worthless.
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If it is to dismiss a work of literature/art as unvaluable/irrelevant, don't we already do this by not attending it, or by not investing our desires and passions in it?
Of course, I am not saying that research is easy or unvaluable.
Plus, I never really got my feet wet, so being a quitter easing out of Oxfam and taking my rather unvaluable self elsewhere surely won't be too hard.
The customer would be diverted for a moment while the seller would exchange bags, replacing the valuable piglet for a totally common and unvaluable cat.
Miriam would be proud – we had plenty of nutritionally valuable vegetables, even it was followed by a totally unvaluable chocolate tart.
But, friends, let me tell you, I am persuaded it was not so unvaluable in the eyes of his Father as to cause it to be poured out in vain, in respect of any one soul.
It is a frivolous studie, if a man list, but of unvaluable worth to such as can make use of it, and as Plato saith, the only studie the Lacedemonians reserved for themselves.
True it is that a good name is unvaluable; and all the pelf in the world is not an equal ransom for it.
And this is that unvaluable advantage which we reap from having such an high priest, as can be touched with the feeling of our infirmities.
He departed indeed, but it was sorrowful, his conscience ringing him many sad peals within, hitting him in the teeth with the murder of his soul; that he had foolishly and irrationally bartered away eternity for a trifle, and lost a never-returning opportunity: an opportunity, in its improvement unvaluable, and in its refusal irrecoverable.