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If the Quora algorithm detects that your answers have no comments or upvotes, it may deem them unworthy of showing and collapse them.

In turning away, in failing to intervene when we are needed, we fail to acknowledge our essential humanity, and subject victims to the insecurity of being incomplete, unworthy, and invisible.

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When I heard the line in Amanda Gorman’s dazzling inaugural poem where she describes the United States as “a nation that is not broken, but simply unfinished,” I thought of all those things that make us feel unworthy, unfinished, or broken.

From Time

As for whether that extra spot will wind up going to an extra-unworthy team, it’s still far too soon to tell.

He has proven himself unworthy of the office of being president.

We don't trust government, because government itself has proven unworthy of our trust.

Then Ultron materializes, deeming the Avengers “unworthy,” before summoning a fleet of drone suits to attack the heroes.

And when Thor Odinson is deemed unworthy, his hammer (and the Thor title, it seems) will pass on to an unnamed woman.

Albert screams and waves his hands in the air as our car plunges along the tracks, but the ride is unworthy of its hype.

But in each case, for different reasons, the crime is unworthy of the proposed punishment.

But here was a task in itself almost as unworthy of him as the methods by which he now set about accomplishing it.

Somehow it gave Lawrence a little pang to hear this, then he cast the thought out as unworthy.

I thought it was I who had to forgive her, and to-day I feel unworthy of the forgiveness which she grants me.

Any other doctrine than this, is downright delusion, unworthy of a free people, and only intended for slaves.

His symphony was severely criticised, rejected, and pronounced unworthy of performance.


On this page you'll find 64 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unworthy, such as: inappropriate, ineligible, shameful, undeserving, unfit, and unsuitable.

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