Synonyms of 'worthless'
without value or usefulnessThis piece of old junk is totally worthless.
Money became virtually valueless with the collapse of the economy.
The wine is very poor.
He was a poor actor.
I don't like to visit the doctor just for something trivial.
The guests had each paid £250, no trifling sum.
She had no interest in such paltry concerns.
I was reading some trashy romance novel.
The average bathroom measures a measly 3.5 metres.
What a wretched excuse!
two a penny (informal)
some old rubbishy cop movie
nickel-and-dime (US, slang)
wanky (taboo, slang)
a dime a dozen
They wrote for the magazine for fees that were either non-existent or nugatory.
chickenshit (US, slang)
without value or usefulnessTraining is worthless unless there is proof that it works.
He realised that their money was useless in this country.
They seek strong sensations to dull their sense of a meaningless existence.
Violence is always pointless.
a futile attempt to ward off the blow
In 1949 it was still a small, insignificant city.
It was an unimportant job, and paid very little.
the well-meaning but ineffectual jobs programs of the past
a brave but unavailing fight against a terminal illness
not much cop (British, slang)
not worth a hill of beans mainly US)
Managers are convinced that the strike will have a negligible effect.
without meritMurphy was an evil, worthless man.
a good-for-nothing teenager who barely knows how to read
Love has the power to overcome the baser emotions.
a vile and despicable crime
an abject traitor
He said it was a despicable crime.
It has been condemned as the most depraved film of its kind.
Her husband is a contemptible little man.
It was an utterly contemptible thing to do.
an ignoble episode from their country's past
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an abject traitor
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