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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunworthyun‧wor‧thy /ʌnˈwɜːði $ -ɜːr-/ adjective formal  1 not deserving respect, attention etcunworthy of an idea that’s unworthy of serious consideration2 unworthy behaviour, attitudes etc are not acceptable from someone who is respected or who has an important jobunworthy of a suggestion that’s unworthy of someone who hopes to become presidentunworthiness noun [uncountable]
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unworthyFurthermore, as spiritual men who now possessed a knowledge of these mysteries, they judged Paul unworthy.I can't bear you should risk all your future prospects for so unworthy a creature.The true collector should never allow himself to be beguiled into buying an unworthy copy of a book.The distinction between males and females is held to be so fundamental as to be unworthy of comment.He feels he has lost his soul and is thus unworthy of the worldly yet innocent Ada.Baker feels that he is unworthy to receive such a great award.One can easily become disenchanted with over-professionalized people who are undoubtedly unworthy when subjected to the judgment of more reflective scholars.unworthy ofShe married a man who was unworthy of her love and devotion.
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