Examples of worthless in a Sentence
The boots may be nice, but they're worthless if they don't fit you.
She's depressed and believes that she's worthless.
Recent Examples of worthless from the Web
In its current tainted state, the painting is worthless, his lawsuit says.
Grann’s expertly crafted narrative begins in the 1870s, when the Osage were driven off their land in southeastern Kansas and relocated to a seemingly even more worthless plot in northeastern Oklahoma.
Lottery officials say the two unclaimed tickets will become worthless if the winners don’t claim their prizes before 5 p.m. on June 30.
After the insult to Rachel and a statement published in the National Review in which Dickinson called Jackson a worthless scoundrel and, again, a coward, Jackson challenged Dickinson to a duel.
The debasing view of girls leads many families to rid themselves of these children, seeing girls as a worthless drain on family resources.
After all, the president* is out of the country, and his promises are altogether worthless on his best days, which are not frequent.
The ATM won’t work, and your credit card is worthless without the technology behind it.
This means the gun would be worthless if it is taken from a policeman by an assailant.
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First Known Use of worthless
WORTHLESS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of worthless for English Language Learners
: having no financial value
: having no use, importance, or effect
: having no good qualities
WORTHLESS Defined for Kids
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