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synonyms for treasurable

  • choice
  • costly
  • dear
  • exquisite
  • fine
  • high-priced
  • inestimable
  • invaluable
  • priceless
  • prizable
  • prized
  • recherché
  • rich
  • valuable
  • worth a king's ransom
  • worth eyeteeth
  • worth one's weight in gold
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antonyms for treasurable

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  • cheap
  • common
  • defective
  • deficient
  • disfavored
  • impaired
  • inexpensive
  • useless
  • valueless
  • worthless
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How to use treasurable in a sentence

Whatever appertains to the record of his appalling fall is treasurable as an addition to the narrative in our popular histories.
NOOKS AND CORNERS OF ENGLISH LIFE, PAST AND PRESENTJOHN TIMBS
We resume our quotations from this treasurable little volume already noticed in No. 551, of The Mirror.
THE MIRROR OF LITERATURE, AMUSEMENT, AND INSTRUCTION, VOL. 19, ISSUE 553, JUNE 23, 1832VARIOUS
A sunburned nose may be a treasurable possession away from town, but back among the hosts of the city it is a different matter.
THE WOMAN BEAUTIFULHELEN FOLLETT STEVANS
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WORDS RELATED TO TREASURABLE

  • choice
  • costly
  • dear
  • exquisite
  • fine
  • high-priced
  • inestimable
  • invaluable
  • priceless
  • prizable
  • prized
  • recherché
  • rich
  • treasurable
  • valuable
  • worth a king's ransom
  • worth eyeteeth
  • worth one's weight in gold
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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