Join our early testers! See how your sentence looks with different synonyms. She prayed that he might always be as fond of her as he was then, and resolved to be worthy of him if she could. Synonyms for worthy admirable decent deserving desirable excellent honest laudable noble reliable satisfying true trustworthy valuable worthwhile aces best choice divine good model moral pleasing sterling upright winning A-1 blameless commendable creditable dependable estimable ethical exemplary first-class first-rate incorrupt invaluable meritorious praiseworthy precious priceless pure reputable right-minded righteous salt of the earth top-drawer top-notch virtuous TRY worthy IN A SENTENCE BELOW. He says that some of the contes printed every day in the Journal are worthy of Maupassant.
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To save this word, you'll need to log in. I consider him a worthy opponent. She is a worthy successor to the mayor. Trump is doing better on this score than many of the pearl-clutchers among foreign-policy worthies will admit. Or will it be about Waters or water? Pufnstuf," 30 June Delivering audiences a gruesomely poetic death worthy of the Shakespearean influences from the original Thor film, Hiddleston deserves to keep that death. Send us feedback. See more words from the same century Dictionary Entries near worthy worth one's weight in gold worth someone's while worthwhile worthy -worthy worthy of worthy of belief.
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He had shown himself to be worthy of their respect. The committee is voting on one or two initiatives that are worthy of attention. Local councillors decided the plan was worthy of support. The money will go to a worthy cause. Saturday evening viewers want programming that is a little less worthy.
Dear Thief is worthy of the abused critical adjectives philosophical, atmospheric, and masterful. But there were moments of expected genius on it worthy of Grammy consideration. Political or not, shown in New York or Budapest, it is a worthy achievement composed with taste and subtlety. Well known for his inability to say no to worthy causes, Palmer has always been a whirlwind of good works. Here, other women putter with practical cotton plaids, worthy of a school uniform. Coffee succeeded—coffee made in the empty vegetable tin, and worthy of Maxim's or the Ritz. He was ambitious to know the will of God and to be worthy of Divine approbation. What could she say to her own parents which would meet the case or would be worthy of such a conspiracy? The three were of opinion that each should join with him the Persians whom he counted most worthy of confidence.