worthy ADJECTIVE (worthier, worthiest) 1) (often worthy of) deserving or good enough. 2) deserving effort, attention, or respect. 3) showing good intent but lacking in humour or imagination.
NOUN (pl. worthies) often humorous a person important in a particular sphere: local worthies.
DERIVATIVES worthily adverb worthiness noun.

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