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  • adj. superlative form of unworthy: most unworthy.


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  • In the age of George Bush, we're all potential Sami Al-Arians and Rafil Dhafirs, and far too many targeted end up unjustly in the heart of prison darkness on death row as the "unworthiest" of this country's "unworthy victims."

    "Worthy and Unworthy Victims"

  • “Should I profane those cherry lips with my unworthiest touch?”

    Wicked Will

  • And you, my dear queer, are the unworthiest of the unworthy.

    Give the Underdogs a Bone

  • How, then, shall I, unworthiest and poorest of men, welcome You into my house,Luke 7:6 when I can hardly spend half an hour devoutly?

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • But I have nevertheless a much more laudable motive — I should think myself the unworthiest of creatures, could I be brought to slight a dear friend, and such a meritorious one, in her distress.

    Clarissa Harlowe

  • Had he not, as she most truly said, for long harboured the unworthiest suspicions of her? — suspicions which were tantamount to an admission on his part that his love was no longer enough for her.

    Maurice Guest

  • Not everyone notices, perhaps, that when Romeo and Juliet first speak to each other at the Capulets 'masked ball, they do so in the form of a perfect Shakespearean sonnet, in which the quatrain form governs the pace of the dialogue: romeo: If I profane with my unworthiest hand


  • Swift, sure, and painless executions -- a boon to the unworthiest of humans.

    Alvin Journeyman

  • But if you reject it, the unworthiest messenger may bear that witness against you another day which will then confound you.

    The Reformed Pastor

  • In that which is already accomplished by the good hand of the Lord, I hope the learned may find something for their contentment, and the weak for their strengthening and satisfaction; that in all some glory may redound to Him whose it is, and whose truth is here unfolded by the unworthiest labourer in his vineyard,

    The Death of Death in the Death of Christ


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