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worthful

adjective worth·ful \ˈwərth-fəl\

Definition of WORTHFUL

1
:  full of merit <a good and worthful person>
2
:  having value <the worthful aspects of their culture>

First Known Use of WORTHFUL

before 12th century

Rhymes with WORTHFUL

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