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    Smile His suggestion is worthy of serious consideration.

    His suggestion is worthy of serious consideration.
    His suggestion is worth considering seriously.
    It's worthwhile to consider his suggestion seriously.


    HI,
    Do all of the above sound right and mean about the same? Thanks.

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    Re: His suggestion is worthy of serious consideration.

    Here are more suggestions. I like to keep the adverb or adjective near the word it modifies.

    His suggestion is worth serious consideration.
    It's worthwhile to seriously consider his suggestion.

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