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invaluable
used in Oliver Twist

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very valuable; or too valuable to put in monetary terms
  • Wine-stains, fruit-stains, beer-stains, water-stains, paint-stains, pitch-stains, any stains, all come out at one rub with the infallible and invaluable composition.
    Chapter 48 — The Flight of Sikes (36% in)
  • 'This,' said the fellow, producing one, 'this is the infallible and invaluable composition for removing all sorts of stain, rust, dirt, mildew, spick, speck, spot, or spatter, from silk, satin, linen, cambric, cloth, crape, stuff, carpet, merino, muslin, bombazeen, or woollen stuff.
    Chapter 48 — The Flight of Sikes (34% in)

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