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invaluable
used in The Age of Innocence

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Definition
very valuable; or too valuable to put in monetary terms
  • Mr. Letterblair had let Mrs. Welland know that Mr. Archer had "rendered an invaluable service" to the whole family, and that old Mrs. Manson Mingott had been particularly pleased; and one day when May had gone for a drive with her father in the only vehicle the place produced Mrs. Welland took occasion to touch on a topic which she always avoided in her daughter's presence.
    Chapter 16 (34% in)

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