“You are a fine vagabond,” the little robber-girl said to Kay. “I just ask you if you are worth going to the end of the earth?”
Alice thought she might as well wait; and after all, the Caterpillar might tell her something worth knowing.
“Burn my vessel!” cried Captain Speedy, who could scarcely pronounce the words. “A vessel worth fifty thousand dollars!”
All this helped to make it worth leaving his homeland to live in a country that he did not know.
It is not worth the hassle of buying some newspapers or magazines. When you are [will be] on board, the stewardess will give you some.
It is not worth them waiting.
Mr Fogg let him go on without saying a word. Passepartout, all embarrassed, kept repeating that “it was not worth the trouble of telling.”
It is not worth the hassle of calling the manager.
It is not worth the trouble of trying it.
It is not worth him writing.
worthy of being treated in a particular way: deserving, worthy
the quality of being worthy of esteem or respect: dignity, self-respect, self-regard, pridefulness, pride
having a specified value: valuable
an indefinite quantity of something having a specified value: ha'p'orth, penn'orth, pennyworth, indefinite quantity, halfpennyworth
the quality that renders something desirable or valuable or useful: value, praisworthiness, demerit, fault, price, merit, virtue, worthwhileness, quality