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accomplishment (often pl.) talent, social poise, or achievement valued by polite society. [1/3 definitions]
black walnut a tall tree of eastern North America that has dark, hard wood valued for making furniture and other durable wood products. [1/3 definitions]
blue chip a high-priced common stock, valued for the company's financial strength and earnings record. [1/3 definitions]
fur seal any of several eared seals whose thick underfur is valued for making coats and the like.
give one's eyeteeth to give one's most valued possession, as for something that one greatly desires.
has-been one who is no longer capable of, effective at, or valued for something he or she once did well.
jargon2 a yellow, green, colorless, or smoky type of the mineral zircon that is valued as a gem.
king crab a large crab of North Pacific waters that is valued for its edible flesh; Alaskan king crab. [1/2 definitions]
lares and penates the valued belongings of a household or family. [1/2 definitions]
nickel (slang) valued at five dollars. [1/4 definitions]
nigger (offensive) a little-valued citizen. [1/3 definitions]
pearl a smooth, hard, glossy deposit, valued as a gem, that is formed inside the shells of oysters and some other mollusks to cover an irritant object such as a grain of sand. [1/8 definitions]
pin oak either of two tall oak trees of the eastern United States that are valued for their lumber and as shade trees.
precious highly esteemed or valued emotionally, exalted. [1/6 definitions]
precious stone any of several minerals, such as diamonds, rubies, sapphires, or emeralds, that are valued for their rarity and beauty, and are often used in jewelry; gem.
pride and joy something or someone highly valued or loved.
red cedar the wood of such trees, valued as lumber. [1/2 definitions]
relic something valued for its past association with some person, place, or event; souvenir. [1/3 definitions]
silkworm the larva of an Asian moth that spins pure and commercially valued silk to form its cocoon, or any of various other moth larvae that spin cocoons of similar material.
snapper any of numerous large sea fishes, such as the red snapper, that inhabit warm waters and are valued for food and sport. [1/2 definitions]
sturgeon any of various large fish with hard, smooth scales, found in fresh and salt waters of the Northern Hemisphere, and valued for their edible flesh and roe, which is a source of caviar.