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deserving of the highest esteem or admiration

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inspiring admiration or approval

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IANS Amitabh Bachchan, who is busy shooting for Thugs of Hindostan in Thailand, finds it admirable to see women working on the set, saying they are taking over the world.
For example, "A virtue is a trait that makes an exemplar admirable in a certain respect.
EVERTON have shown an admirable touch of class by telling Seamus Coleman that there is a five-year contract waiting for him, following the horrific injury he sustained playing for Ireland versus Wales.
His knowledge of the Highways Code/ Act is admirable, it is to be hoped his common sense would be equally admirable
Yet he has chosen to speak out about his ordeal and the reasons are admirable and two-fold.
Bartoli said: "It was a brave step from Andy to take that step forward to hire the first woman coach in the men's game - it is really admirable.
While he is admirable for speaking for those who cannot speak for themselves, there is another not-so-admirable Chaput who in March 2010, while archbishop of-a Denver, agreed to kick two children out of a Catholic school because their parents were lesbians.
It is an admirable stance by an admirable man, but ultimately any team or system is only as good as its players, and the quality of Wigan's squad is palpably limited.
2 : a serious and admirable look or way of behaving
He may have been the first 'ethical philosopher in the western tradition' but he was less than admirable as a man.
It's a shame Ms Young chose to concentrate on those three relatively negative words in my assessment of Benbaun's win at Longchamp, because I used plenty of positive ones too, in the previous paragraph describing him as "an admirable sprinter" and "remarkably consistent by sprinting standards".
The admirable trumpeter; a biography of General James Wilkinson.
She fully captures the irony that defines Kitty, a not particularly good person who nevertheless becomes an admirable one.
This year the award has attracted two new supporters in the form of German furniture manufacturer Wilkhahn and American company Interface Flor, both of whom manifest an admirable commitment to developing ways of making products and manufacturing processes more sustainable.
Still, the volume does an admirable job depicting some of the more entrepreneurial people in education today and imparting enough information to suggest which of these efforts will pay off--and which will disappear.