Having a value of; proper to be exchanged for. (adjective)
Examples of word worth
The first to his boss, Fred Fielding, on Feb. 3, 1984 denounced the notion of equal pay for comparable worth, saying It is difficult to exaggerate the perniciousness of the comparable worth theory.
Annita, in the old ragged dresses in which they were found; and if he paints their little dimpled shoulders and cunning little legs and feet half as pretty as they really are, I know you will say with me, that the "Little Emigrants" are worth looking at, and _worth loving_.
Give him history books where every hero he is supposed to model himself after, every president who led his country, every philosopher who ever uttered a word worth remembering, every inventor who pushed back the night for the human race was black.
There are only 2 other candidates for the title worth considering, Weeb Ewbank, in the Pro Football HOF and Bill Parcells, soon to be.
Through my process of decision-making with my family and my close friends as to whether I should throw my name in the hat for the GOP nomination for 2012 - Is a title worth it?
"Is a title worth it-- does a title shackle a person?" the former Alaska governor asked during a discussion of her 2012 plans
And with millions of baby boomers starting to reach retirement age and with SRZ's business improving, the "Mad Money" host thinks this is a name worth looking at.