unvaluable

unvaluable

(ʌnˈvæljʊəbəl)
adj
1. not valuable; without value
2. archaic invaluable; of incalculable value; priceless
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Most suicide victims particularly in the workplace, feel unseen and unvaluable as people not, employees.
We thank to Gloria Luna Alejandro, Daniel Cuevas Lopez, Martin Perez Figueroa and Francisco Santillan for their unvaluable help in field experiments.
The sophist, opposed to the philosopher is in Plato's view still in the cave, as he is presenting unvaluable speech, with no connection to Form, Beauty and Truth.
We would also like to thank the anonymous reviewers of the journal for their keen insight into the manuscript and their unvaluable suggestions.
Two types of closed-ended questions were asked: those featuring differential scales used ranges from very difficult to very easy, very helpful to very unhelpful, very supportive to very unsupportive, and very valuable to very unvaluable; other questions featured lists of options with radio buttons participants could select if the option was relevant to their experiences or future interests.
Students were then asked to rate on a scale of 1 (unvaluable) to 5 (valuable) how valuable various aspects of play sessions were including "interaction with parents", "taking ownership of play sessions", "working with wide age range of children", "planning environments for a real life situation", "lecturer scaffolding", and "working with other students".
The past 50 years have provided us unvaluable experience and a firm foundation.
Cllr Peter Lacy, the lead member for Coventry on the WMPTA, said: "I am delighted that on April 28 we are able to return this unvaluable service to the citizens of Holbrooks and Radford.
years of Milton's lifetime, however, the meaning of unvaluable was
There are so many old friends there, and quite a lot of new ones brought up from the cellars of Millbank that it would be a really churlish visitor who could say that the experience is unvaluable. But don't be taken in by the hype -- as Open says, the building contradicts itself in its resolution
In proportion as it does not lead to life, or as its strength is broken, it is less valuable; in proportion as it leads away from life, it is unvaluable or malignant.