commendable

[ kuh-men-duh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF commendable

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In Rome, they have a commendable system of caring for their cats.

Your peers will probably be of the opinion that you display a commendable prudence.

He criticised the whole place with a most commendable frankness.

"A most commendable and Christian resolution," said Rachel, decisively.

The maniacs, with commendable promptness, jerked Severne to his feet.

Be that as it may, the redskin showed a commendable promptness in all that he did.

The interlacement and flourishing, too, are handled with commendable restraint.

"Not a word," answered his listener, with commendable gravity.

No; he has always settled his bills with commendable promptness.

He should discover and make known whatever is commendable or excellent.

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