Synonyms & Antonyms : Merit


( Noun )

Thet is not much merit in giving away the things that you do not want.






Contextual Examples:

The present worth of a rupee is hardly 50% of last year.

It means the value of money in relation to goods has fallen to almost half.

On the whole, however, the economy of the country has shown its excellence in terms of total national product.

The engineering exports of the country have doubled by virtue of scientific advancement.







Contextual Examples:

This computer operator has many faults in his behavior.

He is amenable to errors of over-sophistication and artificiality.

There is, however, no flaw in his character. Every man has some weakness, and he is no exception.

The worthlessness of Darwin’s ideology in human behavior has been proved beyond and doubt.

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