- adj.VERBS▪ be, seem▪ become▪ render sthADVERB▪ completely, intrinsically▪
Our shares became completely valueless overnight.PREPOSITION▪ as▪
Some of the royal forests had become valueless as hunting grounds.
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Valueless — Val ue*less, a. Being of no value; having no worth. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
valueless — index barren, expendable, futile, needless, negligible, nugatory, null (insignificant), null ( … Law dictionary
valueless — [val′yo͞o lis] adj. of no value or use; worthless … English World dictionary
valueless — [[t]væ̱ljuːləs[/t]] ADJ If you describe something as valueless, you mean that it is not at all useful. Such attitudes are valueless unless they reflect inner cognition and certainty. ...commercially valueless trees. Syn: worthless … English dictionary
valueless — valuelessness, n. /val yooh lis/, adj. without worth or value; worthless: valueless stocks; a valueless promise. [1555 65; VALUE + LESS] * * * … Universalium
valueless — val|ue|less [ˈvælju:ləs] adj 1.) worth no money or very little money = ↑worthless ▪ valueless currency 2.) having no worth, importance, or good qualities = ↑worthless ▪ On most political issues my own opinion was pretty well valueless … Dictionary of contemporary English
valueless — Waiwai ole, ole wale, lapuwale, ole loa. To keep doing something that is valueless, milika a … English-Hawaiian dictionary
valueless — value ► NOUN 1) the regard that something is held to deserve; importance or worth. 2) material or monetary worth. 3) (values) principles or standards of behaviour. 4) the numerical amount denoted by an algebraic term; a magnitude, quantity, or… … English terms dictionary
valueless — adjective see value I … New Collegiate Dictionary
valueless — adjective Having no value … Wiktionary