worthwhile

[ US /ˈwɝθˈwaɪɫ/ ]
[ UK /wˈɜːθwa‍ɪl/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. sufficiently valuable to justify the investment of time or interest
    a worthwhile book
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How To Use worthwhile In A Sentence

  • They wed five months after his third wife died from cancer and he credits her with making life seem worthwhile again. The Sun
  • It may yet be possible to convince manufacturers, governments and the public that energy saving is worthwhile for its own sake.
  • But it is worthwhile teasing this apart a little, unbinding the different aspects of rhetorics lumped together in one component and separating out the semiotic layering (i.e. the use of metaphor and metonym) stuck in with the second. On the Sublime
  • When you see scenes like that at the end it makes it all worthwhile. Times, Sunday Times
  • It is worthwhile to note that both suffered persecution.
  • I made it known that I was a candidate and nobody thought it worthwhile to oppose me.…
  • You'll find that life is still worthwhile, if you just smile. Charlie Chaplin 
  • It is now barely worthwhile for multinationals to fund research into tropical diseases. Times, Sunday Times
  • The manufacturer's name is blazoned across an event of worthwhile significance.
  • It would not prove worthwhile to instigate a nuclear attack.
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