val

be strong, be of value

Usage

  • convalescent

    A convalescent person spends time resting to gain health and strength after a serious illness or operation.

  • ambivalent

    If you are ambivalent about something, you are uncertain whether you like it or what you should do about it.

  • validate

    When you validate something, you confirm that it is sound, true, legal, or worthwhile.

  • prevail

    To prevail against someone is to defeat them or be stronger than they are.

  • valiant

    A valiant person is brave, courageous, and bold in dangerous and even hopeless situations.

  • valorous

    A valorous person is brave, courageous, or bold in dangerous situations, such as war.

  • available

    Things that are available are present and so are ready to use.

  • evaluate

    To evaluate something is to judge its value, worth, or importance.

  • ambivalence

    mixed feelings or emotions

  • devaluation

    an official lowering of a nation's currency

  • devalue

    remove the value from

  • equivalent

    being essentially equal to something

  • invalid

    force to retire, remove from active duty, as of firemen

  • invalidate

    declare invalid

  • invaluable

    having incalculable monetary, intellectual, or spiritual worth

  • prevalence

    the quality of prevailing generally

  • prevalent

    most frequent or common

  • valedictorian

    the student with the best grades who usually delivers the valedictory address at commencement

  • valid

    well grounded in logic or truth or having legal force

  • validity

    the quality of being valid and rigorous

  • valor

    the qualities of a hero or heroine

  • valuable

    having great material or monetary value especially for use or exchange

  • valuation

    an appraisal of the value of something

  • value

    fix or determine the value of

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