Capable of or worthy of being treasured. (adjective)
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Use "treasurable" in a sentence
"Its melodies, sweet, its drama gut-busting, Carmen is Bizet's most treasurable gift to the world."
""The Oxford Companion to the Book" is a monument to mankind's most effective means of communication, one that is infinitely portable, transmissible and treasurable, intimate and tactile in ways that none of its rivals can attain."
"Hitch-22 sparkles with funny stories, treasurable quotations, witty apercus and deft descriptions."