more valuable

[ val-yoo-uh-buhl, -yuh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF more valuable
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They are mining for mica, but the mine is more valuable in other respects than it is as a mica property.

"No; to seek for what is more valuable than silver—health," said his father.

Can there be a more valuable knowledge for anyone than this?

There were allusions to some deeds—possibly the more valuable—which I could not find.

By this method all the heads and leaves are saved, and these are more valuable than the stems.

I might have had a more valuable one instead, but I preferred it.

If it had been gold dust it could not have been more valuable.

In the long run, I'd say, more valuable than everything else together.

Because the land is more valuable than it was when you took it.

The deeper the apparatus sinks, the more valuable is the potato.

WORD ORIGIN

1580s, from value (v.) + -able. As a noun, "a valuable thing," from 1775 (in modern use often in plural).

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