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Things worth often describes (“worth ________”)
while, living, mentioning, effort, reading, dollars, trouble, anything, nothing, price, attention, something, cost, money, visit, recording, consideration, pounds, saving, cents, millions, notice, risk, weight, try, pursuing, study, quoting, making, hearing, words, times, salt, studying, seeing, telling, noticing, shillings, pound, mention, keeping, francs, deal, speaking, lot, points, trip, candle, paper, examining, cent, thousands, bearing, fortune, sacrifice, watching, buying, look, expense, damn, dollar, investment, penny, learning, trial, examination, investigation, wait, hundreds, taking, following, consulting, thought, observing, recalling, publishing, sum, writing, pains, marks, pondering, discussion, rupees, fighting, journey, printing, reporting, pesos, dwelling, farthing, winning

How worth often is described (“________ worth”)
net, moral, own, present, intrinsic, personal, true, real, little, comparable, human, relative, equal, individual, much, self, inherent, greater, total, infinite, actual, solid, genuine, literary, future, artistic, inestimable, inner, absolute, highest, ultimate, spiritual, practical, superior, supreme, intellectual, scarce, negative, tangible, priceless, comparative, monetary, essential, permanent, harmonds, aesthetic, median, modest, substantial, ideal, innate, objective, eternal, unique, incalculable, dubious, poetic, equivalent, musical, lesser

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See worth used in context: 100+ rhymes, 153 Shakespeare works, 1 Mother Goose rhyme, several books and articles.

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