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Miss the date, and that card becomes worthless to the customer.

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It’s a remarkable milestone for a currency that’s been written off as worthless more times than I can count.

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Like most quantitative measures, similarity scores are worthless without a decent sample size.

His son told him that a voice inside was whispering how worthless he was, how he was hated by everyone.

In fact, the actual game will be free to download from the Nintendo store, but is essentially worthless without a kart.

“Before they became something to be saved, they were just worthless,” she writes.

He sold his worthless Current TV cable network to Al Jazeera for $500 million.

After everything I'd gone through, leaving would have made it worthless.

Except, of course, that green coffee is totally worthless as a weight loss supplement in the first place.

Evidently determined to put his inquisitors in their place, he gave them a worthless answer.

In other words, if one produces a large enough quantity of anything it becomes worthless.

A defective acknowledgment by a married woman is worthless, nor will any court compel her to make another one.

All of it was worthless—except to a man of vision—so, treading lightly, Scattergood went about acquiring what he needed.

They leave large holes which renders the leaf worthless for a cigar wrapper, leaving it fit only for fillers or seconds.

And he succeeded for the reason that his release was given without consideration and therefore was worthless.


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On this page you'll find 135 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to worthless, such as: barren, bogus, futile, inconsequential, ineffective, and insignificant.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.