Thesaurus / admirably

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It’s admirable to build up students, who are working hard and also struggling mightily.

One of Barack’s most admirable qualities is that he is a doting husband to his wife Michelle and proud father to his two daughters Malia and Sasha.

She’s hilarious in her bluntness, and admirable in her deep sense of justice and fairness.

One of the finest of these, and an admirably perfect suit, is shown in our illustration (Fig. 28).

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Several qualities fit it admirably for home and somewhat for commercial plantations.

They are not only colossally vast, but they are singularly noble, as well as so admirably convenient.

To be able to play so admirably and to realize at the same time that nobody, nobody can understand you!

"The regiment is admirably made up, father," interrupted Lucienne.

A group on the left side are admirably characteristic; their whole souls seem absorbed in the pleasures of the table.

Spicca is, on the contrary, admirably drawn, and the regard we feel for the merciless old duellist is roused in us with true art.

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