English version

praiseworthy

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpraiseworthypraise‧wor‧thy /ˈpreɪzwɜːði $ -ɜːr-/ adjective 🔊 🔊 PRAISEsomething that is praiseworthy deserves praise, even though it may not have been completely successful 🔊 the council’s praiseworthy attempts to improve efficiencypraiseworthiness noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
praiseworthyGiving blood is regarded by most people as something praiseworthy.Negotiators have made a praiseworthy attempt to bring the two sides together.Both Ana and Sindham are decent, praiseworthy beings.It is the poor apprentice who redeems him financially, and only then is his praiseworthy character recognized.The spirits thus exhibit a praiseworthy concern for the psychological health of the community.Despite these praiseworthy efforts, only the tip of the iceberg has been noticeably affected.And that's a particularly praiseworthy feat when you consider the set of parts the Limited boasts.Superb defence by Karpov, all the more praiseworthy in that he was now in desperate time trouble.The most praiseworthy part of the Bush policy was a drop in overall cocaine-taking.Honesty is the most praiseworthy quality one can possess.
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