adjective as in held in great respect
By contrast, watching Notre Dame felt like watching some admirable stagecoach, which for a long while kept the Alabama offense sidelined as a witness, always a wise approach.
John Bergmayer, legal director at Public Knowledge Project, a nonprofit Internet advocacy group, called GitHub’s move “admirable.”
For decades, researchers have focused on one or another “hallmark” of aging, with admirable success.
You can spot the seams here and there when certain characters just give generic responses, but it’s admirable that the cracks are only noticeable when they’re in your face.
For a device that small, the team packed an admirable array of features into it.
They are often characterized as benevolent and admirable; when we do the same, we are angry and unreasonable.
No matter how admirable or inspiring his message appears to be, it often hits you over the head like a blunt instrument.
Both ideas are admirable, and quite possibly necessary to save American democracy from the auction block.
She is a marvelously complicated, funny, infuriating, and in some ways deeply admirable character.
An admirable priority this season would be to have Carol continue to evolve into—dare I even dream?
Thanks to Berthier's admirable system, Bonaparte was kept in touch with every part of his command.
Their discipline is admirable, but their natural disposition is likewise quiet and inoffensive.
The sun when he appeareth shewing forth at his rising, an admirable instrument, the work of the most High.
No more admirable illustration can be found of the truth that the essence of defence lies in a vigorous local offence.
Thomas Carr—one of the quiet, good men in a fast world—was an admirable companion, full of intelligence and conversation.
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From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.