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worthy
Definition:
Having suitable, adapted, or equivalent qualities or value; -- usually with of before the thing compared or the object; more rarely, with a following infinitive instead of of, or with that; as, worthy of, equal in excellence, value, or dignity to; entitled to; meriting; -- usually in a good sense, but sometimes in a bad one.

Synonyms:

adjective
all
worthy.
beneficial
helpful, good for what ails you, what the doctor ordered.
brave
valiant.
deserving
deserving.
good
admirable, beneficial, benign, commendable, excellent, exemplary, favorable, fine, first-rate, good, laudable, nice, pleasant, praiseworthy, splendid, topnotch, worthwhile, five-star, charitable, dependable, dutiful, incorrupt, incorruptible, philanthropic, rad, recherche, reliable, sinless, stainless, sterling, tip-top, trustworthy, unmarred, upright, whole-souled, first class, Supereminent, Superexcellent, firstclass, worthy of, bullier, super-eminent, super-excellent, tip top, up to snuff.
honorable, respectable
admirable, best, blameless, choice, commendable, creditable, decent, dependable, deserving, desirable, divine, estimable, ethical, excellent, exemplary, first-rate, good, honest, incorrupt, invaluable, laudable, meritorious, model, moral, noble, pleasing, praiseworthy, precious, priceless, pure, reliable, reputable, right-minded, righteous, satisfying, sterling, true, trustworthy, upright, valuable, virtuous, winning, worthwhile, Aces, salt of the earth, top-drawer, top-notch, first-class, a-1.
meritorious
meritorious, world-beating, top drawer.
noble
handsome, greathearted, pre-eminent, extra ordinary.
respectable
angelical, blameless, creditable, estimable, fair, forthright, honest, honorable, irreproachable, law-abiding, moral, noble, principled, pure, respectable, right-minded, righteous, saintly, true, unimpeachable, untarnished, upstanding, virtuous, good, Redoubted.
true
liege, veridical, high-principled, truehearted, undistorted, no lie.
unmarred
uninjured.
virtuous
clean, decent, ethical, faultless, guiltless, heroic, high-minded, uncorrupted, unspotted, unsullied, valorous, virtuous, Taintless, angelical, blameless, clean-living, creditable, estimable, good, honorable, moral, noble, pure, respectable, righteous, upstanding, in the clear, without reproach.
noun
VIP
High Muckamuck, big enchilada, big kahuna.
dignitary
celebrity.
good person
angel, gentleman, gentlewoman, good example, hero, model, paragon, saint, good man, good woman, salt of the earth.
person
worthy.
pillar
sinew, tower of strength, upholder, Guider, upholders, guiders.
very important person
luminary.
worthy
applaudable, commendable, creditable, cum laude, deserving, desirable, eligible, exemplary, good, honorable, honored, honourable, honoured, laudable, magna cum laude, meritable, meriting, meritorious, model, noble, notable, noteworthy, praiseworthy, quotable, respectable, sacred, solid, suitable, summa cum laude, upstanding, valuable, worth, worthful, worthwhile.
Examples of usage:
  1. No, my friend, I do not love him; nor am I sure that he is worthy of any good woman's love. – Wives and Widows; or The Broken Life by Ann S. Stephens
  2. " As soon as you prove yourself worthy, you shall be my son indeed," said Toussaint. – The Hour and the Man An Historical Romance by Harriet Martineau
  3. I still think that the book is one well worthy to be written. – Autobiography of Anthony Trollope by Anthony Trollope
  4. His end was worthy of his life. – The History of England from the Accession of James II. Volume 5 (of 5) by Thomas Babington Macaulay
  5. And he thinks she's an angel,- which she is- and he thinks he isn't worthy to put on her rubbers- which he isn't, and- well, there you are! – The Real Adventure by Henry Kitchell Webster

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