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invaluable
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Middlemarch
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  • There was always the chance that Horrock might say something quite invaluable at the right moment.
  • Mr. Tucker was invaluable in their walk; and perhaps Mr. Casaubon had not been without foresight on this head, the curate being able to answer all Dorothea’s questions about the villagers and the other parishioners.
  • Ladislaw has been invaluable, most satisfactory.
  • The respect was not diminished when Naumann, after drawing Will aside for a moment and looking, first at a large canvas, then at Mr. Casaubon, came forward again and said— "My friend Ladislaw thinks you will pardon me, sir, if I say that a sketch of your head would be invaluable to me for the St. Thomas Aquinas in my picture there.

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  • The job provided invaluable experience.
  • Her assistance was invaluable.

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