Secretary of State John Kerry called the group, “ugly, savage, inexplicable, nihilistic, valueless evil.”
In an interview, Liang said, “Air should be the most valueless commodity, free to breathe for any vagrant or beggar.”
We ask you for bread and you have given us a stone; and though that stone be a diamond, it is valueless, except for its glitter.
According to Skoropikin, every ancient work of art is valueless because it is old.
It was one where all Earth's centuries of experience with bacteria would be valueless—the first Martian disease.
But to-day science is not ready to let anything pass as valueless.
The proprietary beef foods are also valueless as infant foods.
It brought tears to my eyes, but as evidence it was valueless for my purpose.
"Both are valueless, or at least worth little," said Shakespeare, smiling.
It is so liable to be overlooked and considered as common and valueless.