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Definition of "valueless" []

  • Having no value; worthless. (adjective)
  • Having or possessing no value; worthless (adjective)

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Use "valueless" in a sentence
  • "Woman and wife being, according to masculine ideas, interchangeable terms, it follows that, since the labour of a wife is valueless from the economic point of view, the labour of any woman is valueless."
  • "‘And teaches us how vile and valueless is the opinion of our fellow-men.’"
  • "A good many causes have combined to bring about the sweating of women customary in most, if not all, departments of the labour market; but it seems to me that not the least of those causes is the long-established usage of regarding the work of a wife in the home as valueless from the economic point of view – a thing to be paid for (if paid for at all) by occasional gushes of sentiment."