valued

[val-yood]
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adjective
  1. highly regarded or esteemed: a valued friend.
  2. estimated; appraised: jewels valued at $100,000.
  3. 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
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Examples from the Web for unvalued

Historical Examples of unvalued

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

    Imogen

    William Godwin

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

    Shirley

    Charlotte Bront

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

    Clemence

    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

unvalued

adjective
  1. not appreciated or valued
  2. not assessed or estimated as to price or valuation
  3. obsolete of great value
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