The Sofitel management says she has worked there for three years and been an exemplary employee.
They are model citizens, the kind of people whose lives might be used as exemplary stories by a politician in a stump speech.
So why did Julie Schenecker allegedly shoot her two exemplary, well-liked teens—seemingly out of the blue?
The predators were terribly disappointed when James went to Cleveland and was exemplary on the court and off for seven years.
Wilentz and Widmer agreed that history was probably cheated out of an exemplary presidential memoir.
If I cannot save her, I will avenge her in an exemplary manner.
Mrs. Rice is a lady of refinement, exemplary, and much beloved and respected.
Every where I saw the most exemplary cleanliness and order prevail; the pupils had a very healthy appearance.
And I am bound to say he obeyed that order with the most exemplary alacrity.
The Burying-beetles display an exemplary domestic morality, but it does not continue till the end.
1580s, "fit to be an example," from Middle French exemplaire, from Latin exemplaris "that serves as an example," from exemplum "example" (see example). Earlier (early 15c.) as a noun meaning "a model of conduct."