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nounEnglish Regional, Scottish, Northern
A price below the real value; an undervalue; a bargain. Usually in "at (also for) a wanworth": for a very low price, extremely cheaply.
adjectiveEnglish Regional, Scottish, Northern
Early 18th century; earliest use found in Scottish Antiquary. As adjective from wan- + worth; compare earlier wanwordy.
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