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1. I guess he must be worth a small fortune.
2. In its current state, the house would be worth ￡200,000.
3. These books might be worth ￡80 or ￡90 or more to a collector.
4. The house must be worth quite a lot of money now.
5. Without you, tomorrows wouldn't be worth the wait and yesterdays don't deserve to be remembered.
6. They must be worth a mint.
7. He thought that it must be worth billions.
8. That ring must be worth a fortune.
9. The stolen necklace is reported to be worth $57,000.
10. She must be worth at least half a million.
11. That painting must be worth a king's ransom.
12. It might be worth your while to go to court and ask for the agreement to be changed.
13. It might be worth your while to talk to the head of department.
14. All our hard work will be worth it in the long run .
15. If anyone grasses on us, his life won't be worth living!
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16. It would be worth your while/You would find it worth your while to come to the meeting.
17. The vases are believed to be worth over $20 000 each.
18. Customers are told what their policies will be worth on maturity.
19. It might be worth taking a long hard look at your frustrations and resentments.
20. It's an idea that may be worth revisiting at a later date.
21. It will be worth your while to come to the meeting.
22. The deal is estimated to be worth around $1.5 million.
23. The man who founded the company must be worth a fortune .
24. That apparent change, I suggest, would be worth studying.
25. Buying those shares was a very far-sighted move - they must be worth ten times their original value now.
26. He's decided to get a look at the house and see if it might be worth buying.
27. After the plastic surgery I had two black eyes and was very swollen. But I knew it would be worth it.
28. I know this idea sounds crazy , but it may be worth a try.
29. You could, alternatively, hang onto it in the hope that it will be worth millions in 10 years time.
30. When it is finally settled, the Marshall estate may be worth no more than $100,000.
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