laudable

[ law-duh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF laudable

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In short, I made an appeal to that laudable pride in your sister.'

You are indeed in your noviciate, as to every laudable attainment.

It is true, there were some laudable exceptions to this rule.

The effort is not only laudable, but will, I have no doubt, be productive of the most beneficial results.

So, all on fire with this laudable ambition, he set to work at once.

Where Paul was bold, Macaulay exhibited a laudable desire to do his duty.

Money received as reward for doing things worth while is laudable.

I asked, in a laudable endeavor to get at the root of the matter.

The project was a laudable one; and the motive to it was laudable—in part.

Of course everything was said to encourage this laudable desire for knowledge.

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