unvalued


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un·val·ued

 (ŭn-văl′yo͞od)
adj.
1. Not prized or valued; unappreciated.
2. Not appraised or assayed: an unvalued gemstone.
3. Obsolete Inestimable; invaluable.

unvalued

(ʌnˈvæljuːd)
adj
1. not appreciated or valued
2. (Banking & Finance) not assessed or estimated as to price or valuation
3. obsolete of great value
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unvalued - having value that is not acknowledgedunvalued - having value that is not acknowledged
unacknowledged - not recognized or admitted
References in classic literature ?
Women, more especially -- in the continually recurring trials of wounded, wasted, wronged, misplaced, or erring and sinful passion -- or with the dreary burden of a heart unyielded, because unvalued and unsought came to Hester's cottage, demanding why they were so wretched, and what the remedy!
Born of a hard-tempered sire, on whom that gentle woman had wasted a world of unvalued love, Legree had followed in the steps of his father.
The "old blue" that we hang about our walls as ornaments were the common every-day household utensils of a few centuries ago; and the pink shepherds and the yellow shepherdesses that we hand round now for all our friends to gush over, and pretend they understand, were the unvalued mantel-ornaments that the mother of the eighteenth century would have given the baby to suck when he cried.
- I tell you I have nearly attained MY heaven; and that of others is altogether unvalued and uncovered by me.'
Maria deals with feeling unvalued despite doing her best, a problem that many have perhaps been confronted with at one point or another.
I'm inspired daily by the women giving up their time to lead PTAs, governing bodies, fighting against library or childcare closures -- they're demonstrating strong leadership and are usually unpaid, unrecognised and unvalued. Let's seek out those leaders and invite them to be part of the solutions."
The youth's historic contributions to people's struggles for freedom, rights, and equality should not go unvalued and unnoticed, leaving a gap in our collective memory as a nation," Elago said.
They felt discriminated against and unvalued by society.
They described feelings of role tension (e.g., acting as an advocate for an Indigenous community member and potentially disagreeing with a mainstream approach such as sudden child removal); being tokenized (e.g., asked to be a representative ministry insider to enter a sensitive situation with Indigenous stakeholders but not having their Indigenous voice heard in systemic ministry processes); difficulties achieving a sense of inclusion (e.g., feeling rejected by staff who may feel they were unfairly given affirmative action jobs or even unwanted within their own communities for being co-opted in to an oppressive system); and of feeling unvalued and unheard within the organization.
(PLDT) estimated at P1.6 billion deposits in several banks in the United States estimated at $292 million investments in financial houses, industrial and mining corporations in the US at approximately $98 million as well as unvalued real properties in Manhattan, Long Island and Fifth Avenue in New York, a penthouse in London, residential houses in Honolulu in Hawaii, Beverly Hills in California and Cedars in Mississippi.
He further maintains that C and v are phase heads and that syntactic operations involve an agreement relation between a Probe and a local Goal (Chomsky1998, 1999, 2001).He posits that T and v are Probes which enter the derivation with unvalued [phi]-features (person, number and gender).When they enter into an Agree relation with a DP that carries a complete set of p-features, their features are valued and deleted.