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Definition of "admirable" []

  • Deserving admiration. (adjective)
  • Deserving or inspiring admiration; excellent (adjective)

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Use "admirable" in a sentence
  • ""It is certain," he continues, "that these ways are excellent, and that fowls that have to be cooked in a hurry thereby obtain an admirable tenderness (_une tendreté admirable_).""
  • "Now, though I consider the title admirable, I believe it is not Mr. Darwin's but the Publisher's, as you are no doubt aware that publishers _will_ have a taking title, and authors must and do give way to them."
  • "Now, though I consider the title admirable, I believe it is not Mr. Darwin's but the Publisher's, as you are no doubt aware that publishers will have a taking title, and authors must and do give way to them."