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.
Linguix Browser extension
Fix your writing
on millions of websites
Linguix writing coach
  • 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.
  • This is bound to cause inconvenience to users but is surely worthwhile given the long-term benefits of the project.
  • The countess of Lincoln, twice widowed, once by Thomas, earl of Lancaster, and once by Ebulo Lestraunge, and therefore with two dowers, as well as being the Lacy heiress in her own right, was a very worthwhile prospect for anyone on the rise.
  • Some plans have a self-directed brokerage account option, which allows investors to purchase the assets for a couch potato portfolio, but the fees can make this option expensive and not worthwhile.
  • The Internet became truly worthwhile at last and I was a very happy customer indeed.
  • We have had very positive feedback so far and they do seem to think it is valuable and worthwhile.
  • On the other hand, if large amounts of well-preserved authentic paint are obscured, it is usually worthwhile revealing them and regaining the tonality of the original colours.
  • To love yourself is to keep a healthy body, a positive mind, and a worthwhile goal in life. Dr T.P.Chia 
  • Silverberg delights with travelogues to Alexandria, Mohenjo-Daro, and a futuristic New Chicago, all of which were absolutely delightful and worthwhile in themselves. Archive 2009-10-01
  • As it is, one has to read through it to find the good stuff, which is not a thrilling prospect, notwithstanding the fact that much worthwhile material is here, though one should take it in small quantities: mithridatism The act of taking poison in increasing doses as a means of building an immunity to it, as in the case of people who start out with talk shows and gradually work their way up to situation comedies. VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol XI No 2
  • But what about a bigger selection of cheaper, often neglected but worthwhile fish such as skate, squid, hake, ultra-fresh mackerel, even good old herring?
  • If you can help them by being clear, succinct, and worthwhile they are more likely to read your work and act on it. Everything You Need to Know for Success in Business
  • However, having seen the questionnaire upon which this research is to be based, I do hope ministers, poor lambs that they are, have been included in this eminently worthwhile exercise.
  • And if there is an unfavourable wind or swell, there are plenty of worthwhile sheltered sites which are also suitable for novices.
  • In order to be worthwhile, your objectives must be Smart - simple, measurable, achievable, realistic and timely.
  • A growing constellation of kindred souls linked together there, makes it extra worthwhile.
  • They play a range of great music that covers a wide spectrum and their spin makes it all the more worthwhile.
  • It's also worthwhile surrounding your pots and trays with netting (or prickly holly clippings) to prevent these rodents digging up the seeds.
  • The hardware explanations, advice on purchasing new systems, suggestions, tips, and troubleshooting make this book worthwhile purchase.
  • Krugman seems to think the conventional wisdom that prediction markets are worthwhile is bearing out to be false: Krugman on Prediction Markets
  • However, the two chapters on bioenergetic analysis (one by Resneck-Sannes, the second by Robbins) provide worthwhile information for the hypnosis clinician and are fairly well focused.
  • This was a big undertaking, effectively tripling the number of rooms, but the investment has been worthwhile.
  • It seemed worthwhile sharing some photos taken by Vernon Quaintance from St. Augustine's Abbey in Ramsgate, which shows a recent Mass there in the modern form of the Roman liturgy, which was celebrated on the occasion of the golden jubilee of the monastic profession of the Very Rev. Dom Benedict Austen, OSB this past March 21st, 2009. St. Augustine's Abbey, Ramsgate
  • As demand begins to exceed supply of waste collected through disposal systems, the price will rise, thereby making it worthwhile to provide incentives for the disposal of stored durables.
  • Her work on environmental matters, conservation and protection of endangered species ranks high on her list of endless worthwhile endeavors.
  • He furnishes handholds and issues both exhortations and admonitions: Readers are told, in effect, that there will be passages of extreme difficulty and complexity (and of plain longueur), but they are simultaneously assured that the effort will be rewarding and worthwhile. Literary Companion
  • One worthwhile peer - teaching a activity is called'synergy.
  • Any relocation depends on a detailed cost/benefit analysis being carried out to ensure that the exercise is truly worthwhile.
  • A quick squint at lunchtime allows residents of this upmarket pile to decide whether or not there is someone sufficiently interesting there to make the short walk down the Mound worthwhile.
  • It's always helpful to learn from your mistakes because then your mistakes seem worthwhile.
  • Such a group could (would have to?) create an arcology (i.e. an artifical country) with it's own (conservative) rules and recruit the best and brightest of the world to do something worthwhile instead of being trial lawyers or corrupt politicians or even IT programmers. MIND MELD: Is Science Fiction Responsible for the Lack of Public Interest in Space Exploration?
  • The three great essentials to achieve anything worthwhile are, first, hard work; second, stick- to- itiveness; third, common sense. Thomas A. Edison 
  • I'd been inside once before on a flying visit, and this was the first time I'd been in since when the weather was decent and the lighting made it worthwhile to take photos.
  • Some suppliers have large quantity minimums and it may be worthwhile to go in with other area growers for an order.
  • The three great essentials to achieve anything worthwhile are, first, hard work; second, stick- to- itiveness; third, common sense. Thomas A. Edison 
  • The only thing we ask is please don't submit just a short linking post or a couple of sentences simply because it was all you posted that week - make it worthwhile for those who may want to check out your blog.
  • It would be worthwhile examining, cursorily, the roots of this ideology before dispensing with it for good.
  • Why on earth was this considered to be a worthwhile or valid cause? Times, Sunday Times
  • The time and expense involved in keeping up to date with all the changes has been worthwhile.
  • A fun evening this, finishing off an altogether worthwhile and enjoyable season on a pleasant note.
  • Clay is a professional bloat, eyes empty and drained of any serious intent, a drinking no-hoper, a writer who has not a single worthwhile thought in his head and whose sole interest is his needy, middle-age fixation on Rain, a one-dimensional sexpot. Zero Progress
  • Happy birthday to my wife.You're the reason I have found so much joy in my life.I hope you know you are everything to me.Thank you all for every gentle touch and smile that makes my life worthwhile and for the way you always seem to know just how to see me through.A very happy wish for you is that your days and years turn out as glad as glad can be.
  • But, as Hollywood has often illustrated, the seed of a worthwhile idea does not necessarily germinate into a compelling motion picture.
  • Leaders are made, they are not born. They are made by hard effort, which is the price which all of us must pay to achieve any goal that is worthwhile. Vince Lombardi 
  • But it is an astutely packaged and worthwhile collection none the less, with translations from the Zulu on the sleeve.
  • A second handle is a very worthwhile extra with a percussion drill, allowing greater control of the drill bit.
  • It's worthwhile taking the trouble to explain a job fully to new employees.
  • Widening the scope is worthwhile (why not do the same to dudes?), as is narrowing it (why sexualize any fear and death, when in RL both fear and death are very unsexy things?). intertribal: women in horror, the legend continues
  • That the task remains difficult does not mean the effort is not worthwhile.
  • The main plotline was not romantic but rather about women achieving something worthwhile such as getting published (and becoming famous). Neglected Classics and Unbound Women « Tales from the Reading Room
  • It is quite worthwhile to consider how forecasting can be done. International Finance: The markets and financial management of multinational business.
  • The accomplishment of any worthwhile endeavor takes hard work and over coming of many hurdles.
  • Looking visually back on the last three presidents, from the entitled jaws of Clinton to the dumb, glazed emptiness of Bush's head and eyes to the now-furious Obama, it is easier to find a worthwhile summer movie than a psychologically appropriate person to be our President. Dr. Cheryl Pappas: Obama: The Words and the Missing Actions
  • Happy birthday to my wife.You're the reason I have found so much joy in my life.I hope you know you are everything to me.Thank you all for every gentle touch and smile that makes my life worthwhile and for the way you always seem to know just how to see me through.A very happy wish for you is that your days and years turn out as glad as glad can be.
  • Now for many of you, I’m sure delicious pastries is all you have to hear to make this place worthwhile. Cafe Zaiya | Midtown Lunch - Finding Lunch in the Food Wasteland of NYC's Midtown Manhattan
  • Killing elephants on a large scale and smuggling their tusks long distances is expensive, made worthwhile by the high price for ivory. Times, Sunday Times
  • Your co-operation is requested by the pastoral council in this worthwhile project.
  • She recommended getting carpets thoroughly cleaned and said polishing floorboards is also worthwhile.
  • I have thought it worthwhile to vary the interpretation of this word, because though "habitus" may be equivalent to all the senses of [Greek: exis], "habit" is not, at least according to our colloquial usage we commonly denote by "habit" a state formed by habituation. Ethics
  • So it is worthwhile to see how often his papers have been cited in the scientific literature.
  • It didn't seem worthwhile writing it all out again.
  • There may be cheaper chargers out there but this is a worthwhile investment for anyone who is a bit careless with their tech. The Sun
  • Children need to be engaged in worthwhile, authentic learning activities that encourage their interests and abilities.
  • He wanted to do a worthwhile job.
  • If your water usage is very small it may be worthwhile opting for a meter.
  • It is continually reviewing its systems to assist driving consumer confidence in food - it would be worthwhile knowing if these industry actions in any way correspond to stated consumer issues.
  • Both managers lavished praise on their players for serving up a worthwhile spectacle.
  • When we’re back to democracy, instead of the dollarocracy we currently have, we might be able to expect worthwhile solutions from government. Karl Popper, metabolic advantage and the C57BL/6 mouse | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.
  • Individual circumstances differ but corporate ownership of major capital assets may provide worthwhile advantages.
  • Working together on a worthwhile project brings great rewards and new friendships. Times, Sunday Times
  • Happy birthday to my wife.You're the reason I have found so much joy in my life.I hope you know you are everything to me.Thank you all for every gentle touch and smile that makes my life worthwhile and for the way you always seem to know just how to see me through.A very happy wish for you is that your days and years turn out as glad as glad can be.
  • In general, liberation makes sacrifice worthwhile, makes you forget whatever doubts you had about the undertaking, and emboldens you to try other hard and risky endeavors.
  • On the other hand, these laws have the potential to suppress worthwhile literary and artistic expression.
  • A clever man persists through difficulties in the knowledge that nothing worthwhile is ever accomplished without effort. Duet « A Fly in Amber
  • To make something capable of lifting a worthwhile weight, you need a lot of gas. The Sun
  • With compliance to building codes a given, the real question on many projects is whether it is worthwhile to go beyond code requirements.
  • But if you really want, I could rewrite the chapter so that he finds that the door is locked, and the hole in the ceiling is magically fixed, and ooh looky, he only has twelve hours to live, might as well make them worthwhile
  • Doesn't that seem like a worthwhile read to you, missy?
  • Those are extremely worthwhile causes and deserving of support. Times, Sunday Times
  • Michelle believes that dance is a worthwhile activity for everyone.
  • Like most worthwhile adventures, the origins of this particular grand excursion are rooted in pure serendipity.
  • It is worthwhile at this stage to go through the biosecurity report card of this Government.
  • To savour that undefinable feeling and sense of satisfaction when the final whistle blew almost makes the trials and tribulation of recent days worthwhile.
  • Because fashion's goldfish attention span is antithetical to the lasting power of great music, few worthwhile bands have come up from the catwalk rather than the street.
  • It's always helpful to learn from your mistakes because then your mistakes seem worthwhile.
  • Watts is exploring the idea that what makes our existence as human beings worthwhile is precisely the thing that puts us at an enormous competitive disadvantage with the rest of the cosmos. MIND MELD: The Best Genre-Related Books/Films/Shows Consumed in 2009 (Part 1)
  • As a practical matter, it's worthwhile to keep a penlight on hand.
  • When a large number of products are involved this considerable effort may not be worthwhile until all overhead allocations are routinely reviewed.
  • Before turning to the individual arguments for teaching history it would be worthwhile emphasising the professional integrity of history teachers.
  • There was no way of knowing whether the pinheaded agent had managed to get anything worthwhile.
  • Other options available to the creditor include oral examination to see whether it is worthwhile trying to enforce the judgement. Say Goodbye to Debt
  • Another worthwhile trip is to Rattenberg, where you can still see the traditional skills involved in crystal glass making.
  • It has really been worthwhile and I am proud I have seen it through to this particular stage.
  • We tested them before and after to see whether their efforts were worthwhile. The Sun
  • These brilliant, emotive tracks make this collection worthwhile.
  • It is also worthwhile attending to scuffs and other marks that you have grown used to living with over the years, as these may be the little things that may put off prospective buyers.
  • We expect encouragement when others believe that what we are attempting is a worthwhile endeavor or when it is obvious that there is a chance of success.
  • That they could allow such a resource to be lost, and lost for ever, is far more than a dereliction of duty – even a banana republic would blush at the callousness of letting something so good and worthwhile go in the name of short-term cuts Fiona Millar, Education, 12 April. Letters: School music coda
  • So it might be worthwhile to revisit the process of re-entry and examine what happened a year ago as the unpowered, 100-ton glider returned to Earth from 200 miles up.
  • You need to redirect your energies into more worthwhile activities.
  • His patience had already been worn away by the reluctance of the Dulwich Estate, the owner of the freehold, to grant a lease long enough to make it worthwhile to undertake the necessary refurbishment of the grandstand, which is closed for safety reasons, and the 450‑metre track itself. Herne Hill revival would be perfect legacy of the 1948 Austerity Games
  • Now, that's what I call a worthwhile experiment. The Dig
  • It might also be worthwhile buying packs of d.i.l. integrated circuit holders, or bulk buying the smaller types.
  • As a consequence people get burned out, if not self destructive, the turnover is high, and we fail to develop the structures and support that enable people to pursue a long term humanly worthwhile experience in the Perth left. undefined
  • Many feel political participation must be made worthwhile before active citizenship can occur.
  • Judging from what I hear from 39-year-old Brian Scudamore, the nation's most prominent junkman, a worthwhile follow-up song might well be there's no business like the junk business. Dan Dorfman: The Junkman Cometh
  • These dorks thought it might be worthwhile to spend money on this.
  • It was hard work to write even a nice note and even in diaries, one would have to make the words be worthwhile. Archive 2009-01-01
  • They sound like the guy behind them was trying his best to say something worthwhile, as opposed to churning it out to fulfil a record deal. Times, Sunday Times
  • If the social benefits outweigh the social costs, the constraint involved will be worthwhile.
  • You need to redirect your energies into more worthwhile activities.
  • Even a mistake may turn out to be the one thing necessary to a worthwhile achievement. Henry Ford 
  • Seeing it in the flesh will make your whole trip worthwhile. Times, Sunday Times
  • Then decide that space industrialization is worthwhile with the utilization of material from the moon and asteroids while simultaneously developing large space based power systems. I, for one, want to welcome our robotic overlords ... - NASA Watch
  • So the whole thing is worthwhile because they get such a payoff in the end. Times, Sunday Times
  • Instead of contending with a gruelling journey to work, the 31-year-old borough resident now enjoys hopping on her bike to do a job she finds worthwhile.
  • During the greater part of the 19th C. our 'betters' debated long and hard as to whether it was worthwhile to educate us in order to maximise their profits from the industry and commerce which the Industrial Revolution had bestowed on the burgeoning British Empire [I always wanted to use the word burgeoning!]. On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...
  • She should set up a committee to ensure that only valid, worthwhile causes benefit, while the money saved could go towards many deserving causes here. The Sun
  • If you can help them by being clear, succinct, and worthwhile they are more likely to read your work and act on it. Everything You Need to Know for Success in Business
  • The President's trip to Washington this week seems to have been worthwhile.
  • We expect encouragement when others believe that what we are attempting is a worthwhile endeavor or when it is obvious that there is a chance of success.
  • There's simply nothing, nothing in the world, that warms the heart so much or makes us feel needed and worthwhile. â¨â¨But sometimes, just like that helpless hatchling struggling for survival, in order to truly help, we need to step away, let it go, and watch that birdling fly. Layla Revis: Mrs. Fix It
  • New technology means it is worthwhile extracting oil from fields hitherto economically unviable.
  • If he identifies himself as an Ashes fast bowler this summer then Angus Fraser, his director of cricket at Middlesex, might reflect on a gentle earwigging from his dad a month ago and deem it worthwhile. England's Steven Finn at home but Ajmal Shahzad has capital capers
  • They should be pleased workers have a conscience and want to support this worthwhile cause. The Sun
  • But follow the financial columns and you realise this club will be bought and sold, like any other worthwhile commodity.
  • The drug addict does not care about what is important or worthwhile in life, such as family, career, finance, and social relationship. Dr T.P.Chia 
  • Farmers could now plan on long-term returns; years of labor on a ditch, known in Niger as a zai, became not just socially worthwhile but personally profitable.
  • Norton trainer Malcolm Jefferson can make his long journey to Britain's most northerly course worthwhile by winning the Famous Grouse Novices' Hurdle with Brooklyn Brownie.
  • Much like the deleted scenes, this feature is actually pretty funny and a worthwhile watch.
  • It may yet be possible to convince manufacturers, governments and the public that energy saving is worthwhile for its own sake.
  • Only if they succeed in their aims will the whole project be deemed worthwhile. Times, Sunday Times
  • On a beautiful day like today the only reason worthwhile to take the car out of the garage is a drive to Bellevue's Farm Stand. Pike Place Market again and a trip to Mercer Slough Farm Stand
  • I ran this house with clockwork efficiency, but I did nothing worthwhile for my own fulfillment.
  • As hard as it can be to truly open up and mine the meaning of one's existence, and then stake that meaning out for public display, this is what it means to write a worthwhile autobiography.
  • Today, we want to renew our links with those who make our lives worthwhile, unique, interesting and enjoyable.
  • In the long run, graduates who go into high-earning jobs will still turn that into a worthwhile investment.
  • Young people had something worthwhile and meaningful to do during the long summer break.
  • Sometimes I just don't have anything worthwhile to say (all the time, some of my peskier readers would say), and since I'm my own boss, when that happens, I just tell myself to take a break. The Athens NEWS :: Athens, Ohio's only locally-owned newspaper :: Home
  • On the other hand, you could do something worthwhile and do some voluntary work for charity.
  • Killing elephants on a large scale and smuggling their tusks long distances is expensive, made worthwhile by the high price for ivory. Times, Sunday Times
  • It's also worthwhile surrounding your pots and trays with netting (or prickly holly clippings) to prevent these rodents digging up the seeds.
  • Does this incursion upon individual liberty without consent serve a worthwhile purpose or rest upon some important principle?
  • Once the system is fully operational, then one may consider moving to an in-house installation if the economies are worthwhile.
  • If we can show that screening reduces deaths by 20%, then a national screening programme is worthwhile.
  • Anything worthwhile is also hard won, I think, and true value comes at the cost of profound investment, of time, energy, thought, heart. Spirituality and Suffering « Tales from the Reading Room
  • It makes all this cloak-and-dagger stuff worthwhile.
  • Barring the minnows Namibia and Holland, Pakistan have failed to get a worthwhile start, and with few wickets preserved till the so-called slog overs, no wonder Shoaib Akhtar has been their best batsman.
  • I don't usually get up early when I'm on vacation either, but this trip is a worthwhile exception.
  • In the end, the strength of the performances sustains interest sufficiently to make it a worthwhile watch.
  • But the final lap of the journey makes it all worthwhile.
  • A flexible engineering system had been introduced after considerable debate about the worthwhileness of the investment.
  • Those tipsters may have the winners so a visit to UCG on Monday night next might be worthwhile for all you punters.
  • But the article suggests that the most worthwhile expenditure is on education, and books at all levels, whether text books or guides or even mind-expanding fiction, are an education waiting to happen. Reasons For Buying Books « Tales from the Reading Room
  • They are learning about tolerance, about biculturalism and multiculturalism, about how to train for jobs, about how to broaden their minds, and about how make worthwhile interjections that are intelligible.
  • Diaries and year planners, besides calendars and desktop pen stands often turn out to be worthwhile gifts.
  • After a brief, and patriotic lecture on the history of the dish, Martha opines that, "making it more comforting, cheesier" is "a completely worthwhile way to spend your time. How to cook perfect macaroni cheese
  • How often have we refused to go out into the world and do something that leaves a worthwhile memory in its place because we were afraid, or because we were tired or discomfited or otherwise uneager to leave the safety and peace and comfort of our houses, couches, and DVD players? This Weeks DVD Releases
  • The worthwhile will be separated from the worthless, the most challenging work will be identified while the jejune and the formula-riven will be duly ignored. Principles of Literary Criticism
  • The disc of reissues contains almost as many worthwhile pieces as the newcomer.
  • She should set up a committee to ensure that only valid, worthwhile causes benefit, while the money saved could go towards many deserving causes here. The Sun
  • At the other end of the design spectrum from the energysucking gizmology that now pervades our lives; simple tech is quietly bringing back simplicity and sustainability as a worthwhile goal for industrial design. Simple Tech = Common Sense Design
  • Wiseman's critical work on the Feuding Report is, in my view, a worthwhile example of an outsider doing precisely that, excepting his occasional lapses into an accusative mode.
  • Therefore, it is worthwhile considering other options. Times, Sunday Times
  • She and her colleagues conclude that, given the cost involved, genetic screening is not worthwhile in a clinical context.
  • Although interior shading is not as effective as exterior shading, it is worthwhile if none of the previously mentioned techniques are possible.
  • Lots of worthwhile things got done today, domestic things, keeping the small ship of our household trim and balanced, clean and supplied with the necessaries.
  • But without pride and arrogance, nothing worthwhile is ever done. Genius in a Bottle
  • Now it has a huge lower market and a small but worthwhile high quality luxury market.
  • Old favourites such as Give It Away got the standing area jumping, making getting close to the band a dangerous, though worthwhile, experience.
  • Despite the fact that the Hiltons are well-known for their vapidness, they do occasionally step up and participate in worthwhile activities like this from time to time. Pink is the New Blog | Everybody's Business Is My Business » Blog Archive » Paris Hilton Flaunts Her Love Of Sea Men
  • It is worthwhile to include really high-quality illustrations.
  • The city centres are clearly worthwhile for ISPs, while at the other end of the spectrum remote rural areas may benefit from government funding. Computing
  • I would be pleased to send an information pack to anyone interested in this worthwhile scheme.
  • The factors that make wine a worthwhile investment are numerous and complex.
  • Many feel political participation must be made worthwhile before active citizenship can occur.
  • The exception may nevertheless be worthwhile making to see what the landlord will offer as a compromise.
  • With around a third of those who resigned from clubs proffering the explanation that they were not playing enough to make their memberships worthwhile, pay-and-play courses continue to prosper.
  • Hammond defended the extra £800m as "startlingly" worthwhile on the grounds that it will eventually generate £25bn as the line serves millions more people. High-speed rail link gets £800m more in state funding
  • The spiralling costs of the upgrade of the Memorial Baths would appear to jeopardise other worthwhile community projects and bequeath a burden of debt on the city and its ratepayers for many years to come.
  • Will the sacrifices only be worthwhile if our life and work are hugely successful? Christianity Today
  • However, European Commission regulators attached conditions that were considered too restrictive to make the deal worthwhile.
  • It may be a bargain with the Devil, but it is a bargain that may be worthwhile in many cases.
  • When networks run slanted stories that always favor the liberal cause, we serve a worthwhile function by exposing the slant and the consistency of the bias.
  • Recent tricky situations have made cautious individuals wary of concepts you regard as worthwhile. Times, Sunday Times
  • This opera house in a pub is a worthwhile venture, but has not yet hit its form. The Barber of Seville (or Salisbury) – review
  • It's only a half-hour drive from the high rises of the city and watching the sun set over the rolling dunes is definitely worthwhile. The Sun
  • You don't need a complete full-blown language system like humans have in order to make it worthwhile.
  • The media could publicise the event and help provide additional funding for a worthwhile monument to enhance York's beauty.
  • Yet it continues to scout itself out a worthwhile and not entirely uninfluential place in Canadian politics.
  • You could either dispense swiftly with the problems in question or delve more deeply and learn something that's worthwhile and of lasting value. Times, Sunday Times

Report a problem

Please indicate a type of error

Additional information (optional):

This website uses cookies to make Linguix work for you. By using this site, you agree to our cookie policy