Examples of admirable in a Sentence
Loyalty was her most admirable quality.
it's admirable the way she helps her elderly neighbor with chores and errands every Saturday
Recent Examples of admirable from the Web
That’s an admirable but difficult balance to bring off.
There were many other reassuring and admirable aspects of Deford, of course, but a few that should reverberate now more than ever with the burgeoning of social media and proliferation of the fake news industry.
The inclusion of organ meats in traditional diets results from an admirable desire to use the entire animal.
On one hand, that’s an admirable statement of unity.
Even with Eddie Butler doing an admirable job thus far in the role as the Chicago Cubs’ fifth starter, manager Joe Maddon is keeping his options open.
Whatever the reason, the decision to shutter Secret seems more admirable than not.
Travis at Gizmodo suggests goatse-ing the family during Christmas Dinner: crude, but admirable in its damn-the-torpedoes brio, so long as the recipients are sufficiently sober to distinguish the infamous gaping anus from their Christmas pudding.
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First Known Use of admirable
ADMIRABLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of admirable for English Language Learners
: deserving to be admired : very good
ADMIRABLE Defined for Kids
Definition of admirable for Students
: deserving great respect and approval He showed admirable courage.
admirably\-blē\ adverb The team performed admirably.
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