admirable

[ ad-mer-uh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF admirable

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Shakespeare copies it word for word, only omitting with admirable art the first line.

It is Mary Fitton who has "wit and invention," and is "an admirable musician."

Like the Admirable Crichton, no art is to her unknown, no accomplishment by her neglected.

If that were the case, it would an admirable example of an Irish bull!

Betty, it must be owned, has an admirable memory on these occasions.

A commercial republic is but an admirable machine for making money.

It was an admirable instrument, but it did not give him any talent.

And if he was not as handsome as Mounet-Sully, he was just as admirable in it.

I often saw Gambetta at Girardin's, and it was a joy to me to listen to this admirable man.

He also gave me an admirable chameleon, a prehistoric, fabulous sort of animal.

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