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Even more valuable to Coltrane, however, was his stay with Thelonious Monk--in between stints with Miles Davis in the late '50's.

A majority of the clients we represent have said that the feedback they get is 10-fold more valuable than the money they raised.

Morals are more important and more valuable than democracy.

During these years only the cover of Time was a more valuable piece of journalistic real estate.

Indeed, he was probably much more valuable as a former aide than he was when Kennedy was actually president.

The varnish is of first quality, and his violins are yearly becoming more valuable and of greater importance.

The two ladies then brought me their jewel-cases, and showed me a great many more valuable ornaments.

No more valuable books have ever been offered containing so much information of practical value in everyday life.

It was a much more valuable property on which the success of such inquiries depended.

The lands are consequently esteemed more valuable, and the proprietors have become clamorous for their loss.


On this page you'll find 34 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to more valuable, such as: exceptional, improved, superior, choice, exceeding, and fitter.

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