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
The team looked to be doing an admirable job, leading GP2 for many of the race’s 15 hours.
The Hollywood Reporter's original review is below: Strangers on a Train is an admirable demonstration of Alfred Hitchcock's virtuosity in the area of suspense dramas.
People across the political spectrum, however, appear to agree on at least one thing: Officer Crystal Griner displayed an admirable act of heroism this week.
Peter F. Munger, Arvada It is certainly admirable and refreshing when politicians of every stripe express mutual sympathy, respect, and support during times of tragedy, like after the Alexandria shooting.
Lister-Jones side-steps facile developments (don’t count on a record-contract bail-out) and stays doggedly within the reality of a shaky marriage in a way that is both admirable and taxing.
Gonio is well-matched by Corinna Lapid Munter, another admirable vocalist and a cheeky comedian who, as Mrs. Lovett, becomes Sweeney’s accomplice.
With her dramatic physical twists and turns, Chase seemed to be using her body language as much as her admirable breath control to play the flute.
That’s an admirable but difficult balance to bring off.
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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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