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argosy a large merchant vessel, esp. one carrying valuable merchandise. [1/3 definitions]
blue-chip very valuable or of highest quality. [1/2 definitions]
bonanza a rich vein of valuable ore in a mine. [1/2 definitions]
casket a small box or chest, esp. for valuable possessions or documents. [1/3 definitions]
contact a person considered useful or valuable as a means of gaining favor, getting specialized information, or of exerting influence; connection. [1/8 definitions]
enrich to provide with an increased quantity of any valuable or desirable thing or quality. [1/4 definitions]
extortion the act or an instance of coercing someone by force, threats, or abuse of authority to give something valuable, such as money, information, excessive interest, or the like. [1/2 definitions]
find something found, esp. something rare, valuable, or pleasing. [1/8 definitions]
foist to pass off (a false or worthless article) as authentic, valuable, or worthy (usu. fol. by "off"). [1/2 definitions]
gang2 the valueless minerals, rocks, or the like found mixed with valuable ore; gangue.
gangue the valueless minerals, rocks, or the like found mixed with valuable ore; gang.
gem anything or anyone that is highly regarded or valuable. [1/4 definitions]
gold something comparable to gold in being regarded as beautiful, desirable, valuable, or the like. [1/11 definitions]
gold mine (informal) a source of something very desirable or valuable, such as information or money. [1/2 definitions]
jadeite the rarer, more valuable, and more varicolored variety of jade.
jewel any valuable or treasured object or person. [1/5 definitions]
make much of to treat as or consider important or valuable.
mink the valuable, soft, lustrous, usu. brown fur of this animal. [1/3 definitions]
museum an institution or building where collections of valuable historical or artistic objects are preserved and displayed.
MVP abbreviation of "most valuable player."
outweigh to be more important or more valuable than. [1/2 definitions]