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What’s harder, and what would have made for a more worthwhile film, is to explain why such vapidity appeals to young people.

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I got to wondering whether the field of economics had anything worthwhile to say about disgust.

Once you’ve sized up the risk to yourself and others and still think it’s worthwhile to submit potential evidence to the proper authorities, be strategic.

Buccaneers Coach Bruce Arians also struggles to be a worthwhile betting interest.

Every few years, it can be worthwhile to change or upgrade hosting to faster infrastructure.

Whatever else may have been on the viewing docket, this is more worthwhile.

The most worthwhile things in life rarely come easy, this is a lesson I've always known.

Dr. Saltz also believes confronting the uncomfortable realities of your past can be worthwhile.

Obama instead attended a pair of political fundraisers, though one was for Sen. Dick Durbin and was unquestionably worthwhile.

The final requirement of a great director is that he has something worthwhile to say.

"They'll sell their lives for something worthwhile, tonight," said Holaf into my ear, as we set off on their trail.

Ann makes many new, worthwhile friends during her first year at Forest Hill College.

Because more worthwhile information was gathered for some species than others, the length and completeness of the accounts vary.

Somehow, since I've talked so much with Mr. McPhearson, learning things seems more worthwhile.

Always there was some really worthwhile present about which endless whispering and the greatest secrecy was maintained.


On this page you'll find 60 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to worthwhile, such as: advantageous, beneficial, constructive, excellent, good, and important.

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