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1. admirable

adjective. ['ˈædmɝəbəl, ˈædmrəbəl'] deserving of the highest esteem or admiration.

Antonyms

  • disreputable

Etymology

  • admirable (Middle French (ca. 1400-1600))
  • admirabilis (Latin)

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Rhymes with Admirable

  • able
  • abominable
  • acceptable
  • acceptable
  • accessible
  • accountable
  • accountable
  • achievable
  • acknowledgeable
  • acknowledgeable
  • actionable
  • adaptable
  • addressable
  • adjustable
  • admirable
  • admissible
  • adoptable
  • adorable
  • advisable
  • affable

How do you pronounce admirable?

Pronounce admirable as ˈædmərəbəl.

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Sentences with admirable


1. Adjective
I find this admirable, and would appreciate the opportunity to be part of your dynamic team.”

Quotes about admirable


1. Let's face it: professing a deep interest in movies, the absolutely dominant global art form of the last century, is at this point like professing an interest in air. Passion is nice. Erudition is admirable. But it's like that moment when good manners cross over into meaningless etiquette.
- David Rakoff

2. Education is an admirable thing, but it is well to remember from time to time that nothing that is worth knowing can be taught.
- Oscar Wilde

3. Poirot,"I said. "I have been thinking.""An admirable exercise my friend. Continue it.
- Agatha Christie, Peril at End House

2. admirable

adjective. ['ˈædmɝəbəl, ˈædmrəbəl'] inspiring admiration or approval.

Antonyms

  • incalculable

Etymology

  • admirable (Middle French (ca. 1400-1600))
  • admirabilis (Latin)
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