worth

422 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[wˈɜːθ], [wˈɜːθ], [w_ˈɜː_θ]
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Synonyms for Worth:

money (noun)

IOU, assets, balance sheet, bank note, bankroll, bill, bond, bullion, capital, cash, change, check, coinage, copper, coupon, currency, dollar, dough, draft, fortune, funds, gold, greenback, gross, income, ingot, issue, loot, lucre, money, money order, moolah, net worth, note, nugget, petty cash, pocket money, pounds, proceeds, profit, promissory note, purse, receipts, scratch, silver, spending money, sterling, stock, swag, treasure, wad, wallet, wampum, ways and means, wealth, wherewithal.

possession (noun)

acquisition, effects, empire, holding, kingdom, land, possession, property, realm, territory.

price (noun)

amount, charge, cost, damage, dearness, duty, expense, figure, levy, outlay, premium, price, quotation, rate, tab, tariff, tax, toll, value.

wealth (noun)

affluence, asset, estate, landslide, opulence, plenteousness, plenty, possessions, prosperity, prosperousness, riches, sufficiency.

Other synonyms and related words:

Be, For, Prized, accent, account, active, ad valorem, adequacy, admission, adoration, adulterate, advantage, advantageousness, agile, agreeableness, aid, applicability, appraisal, appraised, approbation, approval, apt, assessed, assistance, auspiciousness, authority, avail, bad, bargain, beauty, become, befit, behalf, behoof, beneficialness, benefit, benevolence, benignity, betide, blessed with, burden, business, caliber, calibre, celebrity, character, charles frederick worth, cheapness, civil deference, class, clout, cogency, concern, concernment, condign, consequence, consequentiality, consideration, consist, constitute, contaminate, convenience, conversion factor, cost-plus, credit, cui bono, dampen, debase, debauch, decency, decent, demean, demerit, deprave, depreciate, depreciation, depress, desert, deserve, deserving, deserving of, desirability, dignity, distinction, due, effectiveness, efficacy, efficiency, eligible, eminence, emphasis, endowed, enfeoffed, equivalence, esteem, estimable, estimation, evaluated, evaluation, excellence, exist, expedience, expediency, expenditure, extend, extraordinary worth, extravagant admiration, fabricate, face, face value, fair, fairness, fame, favor, favorableness, favour, fee, fineness, first-rateness, force, fruitful, fruitfulness, full, function, gain, get, glory, good, good for, good penny, goodliness, goodness, grace, great price, great value, greatness, grow, halfpennyworth, happen, having, having and holding, healthiness, help, helpfulness, high order, high rank, high-mindedness, holdings, honesty, honor, honour, honourableness, impact, import, importance, in possession of, influence, instrumentality, integrity, intention, interest, invaluableness, judicious, justness, keep, kindness, landed, landholding, landowning, laurel, legitimate, level, live, low, low price, manage, mark, market, market value, master of, materiality, matter, meaning, meaningfulness, means, merit, meriting, meritorious, miserable, moderate, moment, momentous, monetary value, money's worth, morality, nature, niceness, nimble, nobility, nobleness, occupying, outgoings, overhead, owning, par value, paramountcy, payment, penny, pennyworth, percentage, perfection, persuasiveness, pleasantness, point, poor, position, possessed of, possessing, power, practicability, practicality, pre-eminence, precedence, preciousness, preeminence, prestige, priced, pricelessness, primacy, priority, pro rata, probity, productive, productiveness, profitability, profitableness, prominence, proper, propertied, property-owning, purpose, purposefulness, quality, rank, rated, rational, rationality, reasonable, rectitude, redeeming feature, regard, renown, represent, reputation, repute, reserve, resolution, resource, resources, respect, respectability, respectableness, rewardingness, rich, right, right-mindedness, righteousness, rightness, seized of, self-control, self-denial, self-esteem, self-importance, self-respect, sense, sensible, service, significance, significancy, sit, skillfulness, snap, soundness, standing, station, stature, status, stead, stress, stretch along, subscription, subservience, substance, suitable, sum, superiority, supremacy, surcharge, temperance, tenured, uniqueness, upkeep, uprightness, usability, use, usefulness, utility, utilization, validity, valuable, valuableness, valuation, value received, valued, valued at, virtue, virtuousness, vital, weight, wholeness, worship, worthful, worthiness, worthwhile, worthy.

Rhymes for Worth:

  1. dearth, girth, earth, berth, birth, firth, mirth;
  2. unearth, rebirth;

Quotes for Worth:

  1. When the first big paycheque with 'Dumb And Dumber' hit, I went: 'Gosh, I wonder if this will affect my performance. Will I do a take and think, was that worth $7 million?' But that never happened. If anything, it made me rebel against that thing when people who get rich start playing it safe. Jim Carrey.
  2. The data which is used to date for making the conclusions and predictions on global warming are so rough and primitive, compared to what's needed, and so unreliable that they are not even worth mentioning by respectful scientists. Gregory W. Moore.
  3. A thing is worth what it can do for you, not what you choose to pay for it. John Ruskin.

Idioms of Worth:

  1. not worth the paper sth is printed on;
  2. worth it;
  3. an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, at prevention is better than cure;