a personal possession such as jewellery, of relatively great monetary value; — usually used in plural form. (noun)
Examples of word valuable
And I am not strictly opposed to a player on a non-contender winning the award, which has happened on occasion think Alex Rodriguez of the last-place Rangers in 2003 although I admit that's a tougher one for me since the word valuable suggests that the players' achievements did not go for naught and actually helped a team play into October.
The criteria for the major leagues' MVP awards, voted on by members of the Baseball Writers Association of America, are fluid, depending largely on a voter's definition of the word "valuable."
The U.S. military says he was seized two weeks ago and has been providing what they describe as valuable information about the group's inter-workings.
They say it takes away from what they described as valuable work they could be doing in their home districts.
"I must confess," says Lien Chi Altangi, "a curiosity to know what you call a valuable stock, which can only bear a winter perusal."