invaluable

[ in-val-yoo-uh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF invaluable

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In such a position the presence of Colonel O'Bryen was invaluable.

This invaluable trait she owed largely to her grandfather's wooden leg.

After the regiment entered the field, his services were invaluable.

How invaluable must the opinion of such a person be to her on her great work!

The relief which Russia thus gave her Allies was invaluable.

Johnson was an invaluable man; he was familiar with high latitudes.

The vegetables are grown by the invaluable Chinese, on some of the islands opposite.

As a means of ready reference he would be invaluable in the House of Commons.

The wounded prince, an invaluable prize, was taken prisoner.

His services, and those of the steadfast band who supported him, were invaluable.

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