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How much do you reckon the house is worth?
a Gucci watch worth £1,000
I didn't think the furniture would be worth anything.
The building itself must be worth a fortune.
The book is definitely worth reading.
We believe that our freedom is worth fighting for.
Owen's plan was risky, but it was worth a try.
The Museum of Fine Arts is well worth a visit.
It's a long way, and probably not worth the effort.
It's worth talking to your financial adviser before making your final decision.
It was hard work, but it was worth it in the end.
It's not worth their while when most of their profits go in taxes.
It's not really worth my while to paint the garage for £150.
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the occasion on which Jesus Christ was brought back to life after his death, according to the Bible
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