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Synonyms for worthful

having worth or merit or value


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The organic synthesis accompanied by the biological evaluation is of great interest for the researchers in order to inaugurate new potent molecules, worthful in the field of medicinal chemistry and for pharmacological industries.
Hyden and Fife maintained that mediums are worthful and effective to teach students [21].
By having such a valuable contact in this field, worthful Double Star data can now be submitted to him from South Africa and published worldwide and be recorded in the Washington Double Star Catalogue.
He said he wanted to march to the sea, and Calloustown starts with a C." I hate to think that I've always considered myself of a higher ilk than the typical Calloustowner hell-bent on grasping worthful arson, but it's true to a degree.
Parke says, "Humanistic liberalism understands spirituality to be man at his best, sane in mind, healthy in body, dynamic in personality; honestly facing the hardest facts, conquering and not fleeing from his gravest troubles; committed to the most worthful causes, loyal to the best ideas; ever hoping, striving, and achieving."