exemplary

[ ig-zem-pluh-ree, eg-zuhm-pler-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF exemplary

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXEMPLARY

Mrs. Rice is a lady of refinement, exemplary, and much beloved and respected.

And I am bound to say he obeyed that order with the most exemplary alacrity.

And yet this man has for years been leading a most exemplary life?

He sighed and clasped his hands on his stomach with exemplary resignation.

She had seven sons, whom she had educated with the most exemplary piety.

"The actions of Tonda have been most exemplary for the past several seasons," he remarked.

In observance of the precepts of the church he was exemplary.

His habits were exemplary, and he was largely imbued with feelings of hospitality.

According to witnesses, he had performed the counterkill in exemplary fashion.

On a place in the volume for this exemplary character, I insist.

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