Worthless


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Worthless

Describing anything with no substantial value. For example, a stock certificate in a company that has gone bankrupt is almost always worthless.
References in classic literature ?
I am as worthless a dog as you will find, except that I am not false - not false.
I will not at each time respond to what you are saying because what you are saying is worthless.
Two million people who were sold worthless security to protect against fraudulent credit card use could be in line for hundreds of pounds worth of compensation.
Recently, several high-profile False Claims Act cases focused on the theory of worthless services.
EMP, lack of available conventional gasoline, worthless money, etc.
Since gaining the franchise at 18, I quickly learnt that my vote in the "first-past-the-post" Westminster elections was completely worthless and that it was only slightly less worthless in the Assembly elections (thanks to the limited PR element).
A SALESMAN has been jailed for his part in a PS60m share scam in which he tricked clients into buying worthless shares over the telephone - with hardselling techniques similar to The Wolf of Wall Street.
It followed a weekend of verbal sparring, prompted by a tweet from Lucas critical of what some interpreted as a homophobic lyric in one of Arthur's songs aimed at MC Worthless.
The 25-year-old winner of X Factor 2012 sparked fury over the homophobic online rap about Mickey Worthless.
2009), taxpayers and the IRS frequently disagree on when the stock of a corporation becomes worthless.
Worthless, impossible, and stupid; how contrarian entrepreneurs create and capture extraordinary value.
20 ( ANI ): Rejecting Leader of Opposition Khaleda Zia's charge that the Bangladesh Election commission is worthless and spineless, Election Commissioner Zabed Ali said the commission's spine is 'strong enough'.