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Valued vs. Valuable

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Valuedadjective

Having a value, esteemed.

Valuableadjective

Having a great value.

‘valuable gemstones’;

Valuedverb

simple past tense and past participle of value

Valuableadjective

Estimable; deserving esteem.

‘a valuable friend; a valuable companion’;

Valuedadjective

Highly regarded; esteemed; prized; as, a valued contributor; a valued friend.

Valuablenoun

a personal possession such as jewellery, of relatively great monetary value; — usually used in plural form.

Valuedadjective

(usually used in combination) having value of a specified kind;

‘triple-valued’;

Valuableadjective

Having value or worth; possessing qualities which are useful and esteemed; precious; costly; as, a valuable horse; valuable land; a valuable cargo.

Valuedadjective

held in great esteem for admirable qualities especially of an intrinsic nature;

‘a valued friend’;

Valuableadjective

Worthy; estimable; deserving esteem; as, a valuable friend; a valuable companion.

Valuablenoun

A precious possession; a thing of value, especially a small thing, as an article of jewelry; - used mostly in the plural.

‘The food and valuables they offer to the gods.’;

Valuablenoun

something of value;

‘all our valuables were stolen’;

Valuableadjective

having great material or monetary value especially for use or exchange;

‘another human being equally valuable in the sight of God’; ‘a valuable diamond’;

Valuableadjective

having worth or merit or value;

‘a valuable friend’; ‘a good and worthful man’;

Valuableadjective

of great importance or use or service;

‘useful information’; ‘valuable advice’;

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