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Context SensitivePlay
Use 'invaluable' to express high value that cannot be quantified, especially in specific contexts. SlideThe seasoned hiker's knowledge was invaluable during our expedition.
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Positive ConnotationPlay
'Invaluable' carries a positive and often emotional weight, indicating something is greatly treasured. SlideHis mother's support was invaluable when he faced difficult times.
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Not Just MonetaryPlay
'Invaluable' is often used for things that hold more than monetary worth, like friendship or advice. SlideThe community's trust is an invaluable asset to the local police force.