Liberty, immortal, unvalued liberty, is the daughter of the mountains.
Unheeded and unvalued, she should die; but she both lives and grows.
This hand, that others prized, and sued for in vain, is unvalued now.
Valueless, Valuable, Unvalued,—these three words describe to the economist all the lands of the world.
When the insured has overinsured on an unvalued policy, a proportionate part of the premium is returnable.
The values of objects insured under open or unvalued policies are the insurable values given above.
He took his keys and an unvalued trifle or two from the handful, and held the rest out towards his father.
It was a neglected, unvalued thing; an odious appendage, a mistake never rectified.
Unvalued, un-val′ūd, adj. not valued; not yet having the value set: invaluable.
The herbs had been gathered and stored by her husband's mother, and for many a year hung all unvalued in her garret.