unworth

Related to unworth: unworthy

unworth

(ʌnˈwɜːθ)
n
a lack of value; unworthiness
References in classic literature ?
Such names are given in the western "settlements" only to elderly persons who are not esteemed; to the general disrepute of social unworth is affixed the special reproach of age.
In truth, getting carried away with a "Cadbury law" would have brought costs unworth paying.
on to pursue seems quite inferior, if not unworth living.
Now, consider MSD's theory of relativity: it doesn't matter if it's the expectation of just a single person, which may be 100kg worth or unworth in weight, or a billion.
Investigaciones como las de Unsworth, Thomas y Bush (2004), Unworth (2006), Jewitt y Gunther (2003) ponen de manifiesto que los centros educativos siguen centrandose en los generos de comunicacion escrita, mientras que la realidad ofrece multiples canales comunicativos como el visual, el auditivo o el gestual.
With candid language, Unworth spools out a story of sadistic men in power, their corrupt lives, and their violent desires for sex and power.
Now insiders at Dreamworks say that they regret that the studio gave permission to VMan to use their characters in its fashion spread, shot by fashion photographer Ellen von Unworth.
Cail of the Haruchai sums it up best: "It is agreed that such unworth as mine has its uses" (White Gold Wielder 201).
He cannot separate that what is worth to investigate from that what is unworth.
Alison Unworth worked on live architectural projects, alongside the staff at RyderHKS, providing an opportunity for the exchange of ideas and consideration of the relationship between visual art and architecture.
DOWN AND OUT: Everton boss David Moyes holds back David Unworth as Chelsea's Jesper Gronkjaer lies prostrate on the ground