Worthwhile – English editing.

When the adjective worthwhile is used before the noun. (i.e. attributively) it is always written as one word: a worthwhile cause. However, when it stands alone and comes after the verb (i.e. when used predicatively) it may written as either one or two words: we didn’t think it was worthwhile or we didn’t think it was worth while.
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