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Adjective: valuable  val-yoo-u-bul
  1. Having great material or monetary value especially for use or exchange
    "a valuable diamond"
  2. Having worth, merit or value
    "a valuable friend";
    - worthful
Noun: valuable  val-yoo-u-bul
  1. Something of value
    "all our valuables were stolen"

Derived forms: valuables

See also: blue-chip, expensive, important, invaluable, of import, precious, priceless, rich, semiprecious, worth, worthy

Type of: hoarded wealth, treasure

Antonym: worthless

Encyclopedia: Valuable