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worthwhileness

Definitions

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  • noun The condition of being worthwhile.

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  • noun value sufficient to repay time or effort spent

Etymologies

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worthwhile +‎ -ness

Examples

  • And because there was that element of greatness in her, which was also in her father, she thought less of the "worthwhileness" of doing than of the poorness of _not_ doing.

    The Rhodesian

  • The more he thought of the purposes, sweet, high, and disinterested, that moved her, the more was he pained at a sense of frivolity, or, at least, at a want of "worthwhileness" in his own aims.

    The Faith Doctor A Story of New York

  • Any change to the law, he added, would result in the "worthwhileness" of some lives being

    Christian Today

  • Any change to the law, he added, would result in the "worthwhileness" of some lives being

    Christian Today

  • I think it also gives the children a sense of worthwhileness and a spirit that somebody, somewhere, cares enough that they do not have to live in this bleak dispirited empty world that they have been offered so far, she said.

    Volunteers Help US Initiative to Feed South African Students

  • I think it also gives the children a sense of worthwhileness and a spirit that somebody, somewhere, cares enough that they do not have to live in this bleak dispirited empty world that they have been offered so far, she said.

    Volunteers Help US Initiative to Feed South African Students

  • I often doubt, I often doubt, the worthwhileness of reason.

    Chapter 24

  • Their artistry was high, but he denied the worthwhileness of artistry when divorced from humanness.

    Chapter 27

  • I think it also gives the children a sense of worthwhileness and a spirit that somebody, somewhere, cares enough that they do not have to live in this bleak dispirited empty world that they have been offered so far, she said.

    Volunteers Help US Initiative to Feed South African Students

  • I think it also gives the children a sense of worthwhileness and a spirit that somebody, somewhere, cares enough that they do not have to live in this bleak dispirited empty world that they have been offered so far, she said.

    Volunteers Help US Initiative to Feed South African Students

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