commendable

[kuh-men-duh-buhl]
adjective
worthy of praise: She did a commendable job of informing all the interested parties.

commendableness, noun
commendably, adverb
noncommendable, adjective
noncommendableness, noun
noncommendably, adverb
uncommendable, adjective
uncommendably, adverb
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commend (kəˈmɛnd)
 
vb
1.  to present or represent as being worthy of regard, confidence, kindness, etc; recommend
2.  to give in charge; entrust
3.  to express a good opinion of; praise
4.  to give the regards of: commend me to your aunt
 
[C14: from Latin commendāre to commit to someone's care, from com- (intensive) + mandāre to entrust]
 
com'mendable
 
adj
 
com'mendableness
 
n
 
com'mendably
 
adv
 
com'mendatory
 
adj

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Example sentences
But they have indeed synchronized with the period of the laser and this is
  commendable.
Most commendable but a little late but better late than never.
Commendable, for sure, but not exactly a fleshed-out philosophy.
The tone of sentiment which prevails throughout is noble and elevated, and the
  political and moral precepts highly commendable.
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