Definitions

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  • adjective comparative form of worthy: more worthy

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Purgatory, up to Paradise, where a "worthier" spirit will attend him.

    The Book of the Epic

  • One can think of a number of "worthier" things he could spend the money on than on the insatiable demands of the needy, such as the endowment of a university fully staffed by advocates of reason and freedom.

    The Rule of Reason

  • Perhaps they were eliminated to make space for "worthier" hardware support.

    PCLinuxOS-Forums

  • Perhaps they were eliminated to make space for "worthier" hardware support.

    PCLinuxOS-Forums

  • Perhaps they were eliminated to make space for "worthier" hardware support.

    PCLinuxOS-Forums

  • And I know it’s horribly cynical of me, but I wonder when the backlash will begin at how much more attention this death gets, especially online, than the "worthier" Schulberg’s death does.

    A bad week for screenwriters « Structure Geek

  • Titanic/LOTR/Avatar) coupled with the 'worthier' choices of the awards ceremonies.

    NME Features

  • The idea that some cultural artifacts have “more” meaning than others, that meaning can even be quantified, is absurd, and the extension, that movies that have “more” meaning are somehow objectively worthier than others fails at argument.

    Matthew Yglesias » Fight Club

  • Rather, one proposal is that he would be anointed by a committee that would include Indian Nobel Prize and Magsasay Award winners, as if those Oslo, Stockholm and Manila anoint are worthier than other Indians.

    India's Middle Class Hungers for Undemocratic Change

  • And who shall say which is the worthier -- the writing of a whole library or the building of a nest?

    CHAPTER XXXVII

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