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Sentence count:162+12 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-01-28Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: excellencefinenessgoodnessqualityvalueworthAntonym: defectdemeritfaultSimilar words: meritocracyAmericaninheritmesmerisemesmerizeheritageasperityPan-AmericanMeaning: ['merɪt]  n. 1. any admirable quality or attribute 2. the quality of being deserving (e.g., deserving assistance). v. be worthy or deserving. 
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1. Charms strike the sight, but merit wins the soul. 
2. To be acquainted with the merit of ministry, we need only observe the condition of the people. 
3. Reputation is often got without merit and lost without fault. 
4. The argument seemed to have considerable merit.
5. There isn't much merit in doing so.
6. I want to get the job on merit.
7. The film has the merit of being short.
8. The film has no artistic merit whatsoever.
9. He reached his present senior position through sheer merit.
10. The plan is entirely without merit.
11. Surely such weighty matters merit a higher level of debate?
12. Her ideas have merit.
13. Opinion about the artistic merit of his paintings has been mixed.
14. He was awarded a certificate of merit for his piano playing.
15. There's no merit in giving away what you don't really want.
16. Such a conduct derogates from his merit.
17. Selection is based solely on merit.
18. These plans definitely merit further consideration.
19. The winners are ranked in order of merit.
20. The case does not merit further investigation.
21. Should promotion be based on merit or seniority?
22. The suggestion has some merit.
23. She received a merit award for outstanding work.
23. try its best to gather and make good sentences.
24. All students are selected solely on merit .
25. I don't think there's much merit in the plan.
26. There is never any merit in being second best.
27. Should promotion be through merit or seniority?
28. He obtained his position more by favour than by merit or ability.
29. By the mid-twelfth century pilgrims were numerous enough to merit a guidebook.
30. Nature gives you the face you have at 20, it is up to you to merit the face you have at 50.
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