See also: vaultworthy


Alternative formsEdit


vault +‎ -worthy


vault-worthy (comparative more vault-worthy, superlative most vault-worthy)

  1. Valuable; worth preserving; worth saving for later use.
    • 2006 June 15, Lisa Provence, “HOTSEAT- Last train to Clerksville: Keeping the board running on time”, The Hook
      When Ella Carey promises something will be kept "in the vault," it's a lot safer bet than the same vow from a blabber-mouthed Seinfeld cast member, who notoriously spilled the beans anytime a secret was dubbed vault-worthy.
    • 2007 April 5, Julie Rawe, “Student Stuntmen”, Time
      Google parkour, campus and map, and you'll find [] photos, taken at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, of vault-worthy railings and bulwarks galore.
    • 2008 January 29, Chuck Bennett, “A Grand Night affair lived up to its billing”, The Detroit News
      In the regal style of society parties past, nearly 600 guests donned opulent black tie attire -- including several couture gowns and lots of vault-worthy jewels.