merit

  1. any admirable quality or attribute
  2. the quality of being deserving (e.g., deserving assistance)

merit

[n] - any admirable quality or attribute
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Merit

• (n.) Esp. in a good sense: The quality or state of deserving well; worth; excellence. • (n.) To earn by service or performance; to have a right to claim as reward; to deserve; sometimes, to deserve in a bad sense; as, to merit punishment. • (n.) Reward deserved; any mark or token of excellence or approbation; as, his teacher gave h...
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Merit

[Catholicism] In English usage merit (Latin meritum) is understood to be that property of a good work which entitles the doer to receive a reward (prœmium, merces) from him in whose service the work is done. In Catholic theology, a supernatural merit can only be a salutary act to which God in consequence of his infallible promise may give ...
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Merit

[law] Merits (Old French merite, reward, moral worth) is a legal concept referring to the inherent rights and wrongs of a legal case, absent of any emotional or technical biases. The evidence is solely applied to cases decided on the merits, and any procedural matters are discounted. ...
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merit

[Verb] Plural form: merits. To deserve or earn something.
Example: His performance wasn't very good and did not merit an oscar.
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Merit

Mer'it intransitive verb To acquire desert; to gain value; to receive benefit; to profit. [ Obsolete] Beau. & Fl.
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Merit

Mer'it noun [ French mérite , Latin meritum , from merere , mereri , to deserve, merit; probably originally, to get a share; akin to Greek ... part, ... fate, doom, ... to receive as one's portion. Confer Market , Merchant , Mercer , Mercy .] ...
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Merit

Mer'it transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Merited ; present participle & verbal noun Meriting .] [ French mériter , Latin meritare , v. intens. from merere . See Merit , noun
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MERIT

acronym: Monitoring Earth's Rotation and Intercomparison of Techniques
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merit

any admirable or beneficial attribute
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merit

merit, merits 1. Superior quality or worth; excellence; to consider a proposal on its merits: 'She had a proposal of some merit; however, he had an ill-advised plan without merit.' 2. A quality deserving praise or approval; virtue: 'This merits closer inspection.' 3. Value that deserves respect and acknowledgment. 4. Demonstrated ability or achi...
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MERIT

See VIRTUE.
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