Sentence example with the word 'laudable'

laudable

admirable, beyond all praise, capital, elegant, fair, goodly, meritorious, noteworthy, regal, unexceptionable, well-deserving

Definition adj. worthy of high praise

Last update: October 23, 2015

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Your devotion to duty is laudable indeed.   [Please select]

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While Jason did not win the contest, his efforts were laudable enough to be mentioned by the judges.    [Please select]

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The soldier was given a medal because he created a laudable plan for defeating the enemy.   [Please select]

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The effort is one of the most laudable, as it was by no means one of the least successful, in the dramatic literature of this period.   [Please select]

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Recently Lord Archibald Campbell has shown laudable interest in the preservation of Gaelic folk- and hero-tales.   [Please select]

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You cannot fail in any laudable object, unless you allow your mind to be improperly directed.   [Please select]

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"That's a laudable ambition, but you can't go back on us now."   [Please select]

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Of course everything was said to encourage this laudable desire for knowledge.   [Please select]

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Wappinger had named those names over which she had shown such laudable reserve.   [Please select]

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