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noun

additional benefits of a company's products or services in comparison to competing products

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  • Age and antiquity give an added value to everything except an egg.

    Roughing it De Luxe Irvin S. Cobb
  • What they are and what they have done shall fill heaven with added value.

    The Bible and Life Edwin Holt Hughes
  • The kind co-operation of these gentlemen has given a distinct and added value to the contents of this little work.

  • Victory, should she win it, and win it before election, had now an added value—it would help the man she loved.

  • Fats are very concentrated food, a fact which gives them added value in war-time, making them the most economical food to ship.

    Food Guide for War Service at Home Katharine Blunt, Frances L. Swain, and Florence Powdermaker
  • “The valley of the shadow—” she had missed a familiar phrase and added value to a too often repeated line.

    The Branding Iron Katharine Newlin Burt
  • His added value in the latter condition was due to the benefit that the enemy expected to derive from his public execution.

    War in the Garden of Eden Kermit Roosevelt
  • The correctness of a Government Bulletin would give an added value as well as the rapidity of circulation.

  • Finally, as to the added value a water-power electric plant adds to the selling price of a farm.

    Electricity for the farm Frederick Irving Anderson

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