Admirable ( adjective , noun )

(As an adjective)

Admirable ( adjective )

  1. Worthy of admiration.
  2. Inspiring admiration or respect.

Origin:

From middle english, from old french admirable, from latin admirabilis ("worthy of admiration"), from admirari ("to admire"), from ad- ("to") + mirari ("to wonder a.t")

Examples:

  1. The view of the mountains is admirable.
  2. Her work ethic is admirable.
  3. His courage in the face of adversity is admirable.
  4. Her dedication to the cause is admirable.
  5. The architecture of the building is admirable.

(As a noun)

Admirable ( noun )

  1. Worthy of admiration.
  2. Inspiring admiration or respect.

Origin:

From middle english, from old french admirable, from latin admirabilis ("worthy of admiration"), from admirari ("to admire"), from ad- ("to") + mirari ("to wonder a.t")

Examples:

  1. The view of the mountains is admirable.
  2. Her work ethic is admirable.
  3. His courage in the face of adversity is admirable.
  4. Her dedication to the cause is admirable.
  5. The architecture of the building is admirable.
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