highly regarded or esteemed: a valued friend.
estimated; appraised: jewels valued at $100,000.
having value of a specified kind: a triple-valued offer.

Origin of valued

First recorded in 1595–1605; value + -ed2
Related formsnon·val·ued, adjectivequa·si-val·ued, adjectiveself-val·ued, adjectiveun·val·ued, adjective Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for unvalued

Historical Examples of unvalued

  • Liberty, immortal, unvalued liberty, is the daughter of the mountains.


    William Godwin

  • Unheeded and unvalued, she should die; but she both lives and grows.


    Charlotte Bront

  • This hand, that others prized, and sued for in vain, is unvalued now.


    Retta Babcock

  • Valueless, Valuable, Unvalued,—these three words describe to the economist all the lands of the world.

  • When the insured has overinsured on an unvalued policy, a proportionate part of the premium is returnable.

British Dictionary definitions for unvalued



not appreciated or valued
not assessed or estimated as to price or valuation
obsolete of great value
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