adjective, un·wor·thi·er, un·wor·thi·est.
noun, plural un·wor·thies.
Origin of unworthy
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Contemporary Examples of unworthy
Then Ultron materializes, deeming the Avengers “unworthy,” before summoning a fleet of drone suits to attack the heroes.‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ Unmasked: Robert Downey Jr. and Co. Speak at Comic-Con
July 27, 2014
Albert screams and waves his hands in the air as our car plunges along the tracks, but the ride is unworthy of its hype.The Stacks: The Inimitable Albert Brooks Caught at the Dawn of His Movie Career
April 13, 2014
But in each case, for different reasons, the crime is unworthy of the proposed punishment.Should MSNBC Fire Alec Baldwin and Martin Bashir?
November 23, 2013
You make it sound self-evident which parts of a huge story are worthy and unworthy of coverage, but who draws the line, and where?Daily Beast Debate: Should the Media Leave Grieving Newtown Alone?
The Daily Beast
December 20, 2012
None of this means their liberal leanings are inappropriate or unworthy, but they are often fleeting, polling data suggest.The Not-So-Liberal American Future
December 2, 2012
Historical Examples of unworthy
The other's was an unworthy and brutal nature, utterly corrupted at bottom.Memoirs of Arthur Hamilton, B. A. Of Trinity College, Cambridge
Arthur Christopher Benson
It was then that Lad disgraced himself and his deities, and proved himself all unworthy to appear in so refined an assembly.Lad: A Dog
Albert Payson Terhune
She was conscious of an excitement, of a sort of unworthy curiosity.Angela's Business
Henry Sydnor Harrison
They were flooded with sunlight and gave dignity to the ugly west front, so unworthy of the splendid interior.Glories of Spain
Charles W. Wood
She could not speak out her thoughts about Crosbie, and explain to Lily that he was unworthy of her love.The Small House at Allington