Sentence for valuable | Use valuable in a sentence

Sentence using the word valuable. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use valuable in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for valuable.

  • A valuable legacy indeed! (4)
  • Every minute is valuable. (4)
  • The gift was too valuable. (4)
  • The story was a valuable commentary. (8)
  • It was a valuable part of former times. (4)
  • Why is Ethnology valuable to the history of music? (3)
  • Which has published many valuable sets of exercises? (3)
  • Even this conquest would appear valuable in her eyes. (4)
  • And this valuable wife he was presenting to his cousin. (10)
  • Membership in the Associated Press is naturally valuable. (16)
  • It is now a valuable property, and as such it will be treated. (16)
  • In what way was Imitation to be valuable to musical composition? (3)
  • The utmost care could not always secure the most valuable fruits. (4)
  • At last she remembered that she still possessed something valuable. (5)
  • What praise is more valuable than the praise of an intelligent servant? (4)
  • He shall know how, you have endangered your valuable skin in his service. (10)
  • Of many valuable sets of studies, the most used are those for Velocity, Op. (3)
  • I have always said that we could count on the most valuable assistance from you. (12)
  • I had your father here yesterday afternoon, who made further valuable suggestions. (8)
  • And setting aside for a moment thoughts of an army, we create more valuable citizens. (10)
  • But surely no one would steal of Uncle Tod, who, everybody knew, had nothing valuable. (8)
  • As to his work itself, I suppose that I do not think it so valuable in effect as in intention. (9)
  • He has published valuable collections of old French harpsichord music, besides original works. (3)
  • Emma was not thinking of it at the moment, which made the information she received more valuable. (4)
  • He also collected valuable editions of Greek writers on philosophy, history, verse and the drama. (18)
  • These valuable pictures of yours, Sir Walter, if you chose to leave them, would be perfectly safe. (4)
  • His contributions to piano literature, five concertos, etudes and smaller pieces, are all valuable. (3)
  • Lady Lucas was a very good kind of woman, not too clever to be a valuable neighbour to Mrs. Bennet. (4)
  • In days of suffering and anxiety, like these of the great war, Thirza Pierson was a valuable person. (8)
  • They dare not be chuckling while Egoism is valiant, while sober, while socially valuable, nationally serviceable. (10)
  • It is not only interesting but valuable, and the character of the author, as it blinks out continually, most engaging. (14)
  • Its ingenuity, can always afford a refined pleasure, and it can often, at some risk to itself, convey a valuable truth. (9)
  • Miss Hamilton, now Mrs Smith, had shewn her kindness in one of those periods of her life when it had been most valuable. (4)
  • He has published many valuable sets of exercises, collections of difficult passages, some transcriptions and original pieces. (3)
  • It may be creditable to you that your cunning is not the cunning of the serpent; to us it would be more valuable if it were. (10)
  • The sturgeon is chiefly valuable for the roe or caviar which is found in it, but the meat finds ready sale, fresh or pickled. (20)
  • Among several others, =Del Valle de Paz= is noted for his valuable educational work in Florence, no less than for his compositions. (3)
  • Elisha Stewart had made his money many years ago, when he commanded a vessel on the lakes, by getting control of valuable ore properties. (13)
  • Our respected father, as you well know, bequeathed all the Stanhill effects that remained at Norland (and very valuable they were) to your mother. (4)
  • A prize crew of fifteen were put aboard the General Monk, and ordered back to Philadelphia, taking the prisoners and valuable stores found aboard. (18)
  • His studies, concertos and smaller pieces show great individuality of technical style, besides being among the most valuable contributions to piano literature since Liszt. (3)
  • However, the pictorial representations on tombs, monuments, temples and houses give valuable aid, enabling scholars to reconstruct the story of music among the older civilizations. (3)

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