There were laudable sentiments: “An economy built to last, where hard work pays off and responsibility is rewarded.”
If we were in the midst of the Garden of Eden, this would have been laudable achievement.
That of course was contemptible and directly counter to every laudable value this country stands for.
But the activists, for obvious and laudable reasons, want this option to be taken off the books in this case and for all time.
What makes the AIPAC conference so laudable and its Kennedy School cousin so revolting?
Filled with this laudable intention, Mignon had sped cat-footed down the stairs.
Where Paul was bold, Macaulay exhibited a laudable desire to do his duty.
What measures did they propose to her as best calculated to accomplish this laudable end?
Money received as reward for doing things worth while is laudable.
He attached himself to the king's interest during the war with the parliament, with laudable fidelity.
laudable laud·a·ble (lô'də-bəl)