- admirable ► ADJECTIVE ▪ deserving respect and approval.DERIVATIVES admirably adverb.
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Admirably — Ad mi*ra*bly, adv. In an admirable manner. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
admirably — (adv.) 1590s, from ADMIRABLE (Cf. admirable) + LY (Cf. ly) (2) … Etymology dictionary
admirably — adverb /ˈæd.mɪɹ.əˌbli/ a) In a way worthy of admiration. He succeeded admirably in drawing fire away from the troop transports. b) To an admirable degree. Admirably, he went down with his ship after the surviving crew got away in lifeboats. See… … Wiktionary
admirably — adv. Admirably is used with these adjectives: ↑suited Admirably is used with these verbs: ↑cope, ↑fulfil, ↑perform, ↑succeed, ↑suit … Collocations dictionary
admirably — adverb in an admirable manner (Freq. 2) the children s responses were admirably normal • Syn: ↑laudably, ↑praiseworthily, ↑commendable • Derived from adjective: ↑commendable ( … Useful english dictionary
admirably — adverb see admirable … New Collegiate Dictionary
admirably — See admirableness. * * * … Universalium
admirably — adv. wonderfully, splendidly, marvelously … English contemporary dictionary
admirably — See: admirable … English dictionary
acquit yourself admirably — acquit yourself well/honourably/admirably etc/ phrase to behave or perform in a way that other people admire Thesaurus: to do something well or better than someone elsesynonym Main entry: acquit … Useful english dictionary