asset[ as-et ]SEE DEFINITION OF asset
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ASSET
They all of them have to admit that I'm honest—that's an asset that nobody can dispute.
What however went first of all or rather vanished was nothing in the nature of an asset.
Your beauty is as tangible an asset as money would be; but beauty requires money.
And believe me, he knows whether you are an asset or a liability to his show.
And in the balance she had confidently thrown the asset of my assisting her.
I can be a gentleman all right without that asset; you said father didn't go.
In other words he seeks to convert his waste into an asset instead of a liability.
It will be seen how valuable an asset this must be in anthropological research.
You don't want to forget that your name Holton is an asset—an asset!
But ever since, that asset seemed to have been dwindling; and now he was almost beginning to despair.