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King James Dictionary [1]

Worthy, a. G.

1. Deserving such as merits having worth or excellence equivalent with of, before the thing deserved. She has married a man worthy of her.

Thou art worthy of the sway.

I am not worthy of the least of all the mercies-- Genesis 32 .

2. Possessing worth or excellence of qualities virtuous estimable as a worthy citizen a worthy magistrate.

Happier thou mayst be, worthier canst not be.

This worthy mind should worthy things embrace.

3. Suitable having qualities suited to either in a good or bad sense equal in value as flowers worthy of paradise. 4. Suitable to any thing bad.

The merciless Macdonald, worthy to be a rebel.

5. Deserving of : as things worthy of stripes.  Luke 12 .

Worthy, n. A man of eminent worth a man distinguished for useful and estimable qualities a man of valor a word much used in the plural as the worthies of the church political worthies military worthies.

Worthy, To render worthy to exalt. Not in use.

Webster's Dictionary [2]

(1): ( n.) Having suitable, adapted, or equivalent qualities or value; - usually with of before the thing compared or the object; more rarely, with a following infinitive instead of of, or with that; as, worthy of, equal in excellence, value, or dignity to; entitled to; meriting; - usually in a good sense, but sometimes in a bad one.

(2): ( n.) Having worth or excellence; possessing merit; valuable; deserving; estimable; excellent; virtuous.

(3): ( n.) Of high station; of high social position.

(4): ( n.) A man of eminent worth or value; one distinguished for useful and estimable qualities; a person of conspicuous desert; - much used in the plural; as, the worthies of the church; political worthies; military worthies.

(5): ( v. t.) To render worthy; to exalt into a hero.