What is another word for praiseworthily?

Pronunciation: [pɹˈe͡ɪzjuːˌɜːðɪlɪ] (IPA)

Praiseworthily refers to something that deserves or is worthy of praise or commendation. Some possible synonyms for this word include admirable, laudable, meritorious, commendable, praiseworthy, and noteworthy. Each of these words carries a similar connotation, emphasizing the positive qualities or merits of the subject at hand. Other possible synonyms might include excellent, deserving, deserving of recognition, and deserving of applause. Ultimately, the choice of synonyms will depend on the context and intent of the writer or speaker, as well as the specific qualities or achievements being described. Regardless of the synonym used, however, praiseworthily implies that something has earned or merits recognition, appreciation, and respect.

What are the hypernyms for Praiseworthily?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Praiseworthily

Cheke, he says, "was moved greatly to like Demosthenes above all others, for that he saw him so familiarly applying himself to the sense and understanding of the common people, that he sticked not to say that none ever was more fit to make an Englishman tell his tale praiseworthily in any open hearing either in parliament or in pulpit or otherwise, than this only orator was."
"Early Theories of Translation"
Flora Ross Amos
And the book's author has a style that's all her own, that strikes one as praiseworthily original throughout.
"Dawson Black: Retail Merchant"
Harold Whitehead
Sir Charles Venner was praiseworthily punctual.
"First Person Paramount"
Ambrose Pratt

Famous quotes with Praiseworthily

  • The new "ambiguity" means, in a way adjudged favorable to literary, poetic, intellectually and psychologically well-devised and praiseworthily executed linguistic performance, uncertainty of meaning, or difficulty for the interpreter in identifying just what the meaning in question is: it means the old meanings of ambiguity with a difference. It means uncertainty of meaning (of a word or combination of words) purposefully incorporated in a literary composition for the attainment of the utmost possible variety of meaning-play compressible within the verbal limits of the composition.
    Laura Riding

Related words: praiseworthy, praiseworthy words, to praise, to commend

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