What is another word for admirable?

1588 synonyms found


[ ˈadməɹəbə͡l], [ ˈadməɹəbə‍l], [ ˈa_d_m_ə_ɹ_ə_b_əl]

Admirable is a word that carries a lot of weight and can be used to describe a variety of attributes or qualities that are worthy of admiration or respect. When searching for synonyms for admirable, there are several options available. Some of the common synonyms include commendable, laudable, praiseworthy, meritorious, excellent, and exceptional. Other synonyms that may apply in certain contexts include impressive, inspiring, heroic, noble, virtuous, and gallant. Ultimately, the choice of synonym will depend on the specific context, tone, and intent of the speaker or writer. However, all these words embody praise and admiration for something that deserves to be recognized for its excellence.

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What are the opposite words for admirable?

The word admirable can be defined as worthy of admiration or commendable. Its antonyms or opposite words include, unworthy, disgraceful, shameful, despicable, and contemptible. Unworthy is a word that describes something or someone not deserving of admiration or respect. Disgraceful refers to something shameful or embarrassing. Shameful refers to something that brings shame or disgrace. Despicable suggests something that is deserving of contempt or scorn. Contemptible refers to something that is deserving of contempt or disapproval. These antonyms help to give a negative description of what admirable represents.

Usage examples for Admirable

It is an admirable caution.
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G. A. Chadwick
There is here an admirable collection of animals.
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Meanwhile, to entertain a tableful of strangers at lunch is an admirable gift.
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Rose Macaulay

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