Definition of "unvaluable" [un•val•u•a•ble]

  • Invaluable; being beyond price. (adjective)
  • Not valuable; having little value. (adjective)

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Use "unvaluable" in a sentence
  • "If it is to dismiss a work of literature/art as unvaluable/irrelevant, don't we already do this by not attending it, or by not investing our desires and passions in it?"
  • "Of course, I am not saying that research is easy or unvaluable."
  • "Plus, I never really got my feet wet, so being a quitter easing out of Oxfam and taking my rather unvaluable self elsewhere surely won't be too hard."
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