a.1.Fit to be praised; praise-worthy; laudable; commendable.
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Muhammad Kamran said that the role of the National Book Foundation (NBF) in promotion of book reading culture among people in Pakistan, was praisable.
In his 1592 discourse "Of the Partes, Place and Office of a Secretorie," Angel Day insists that the secretary is not made merely by "the praisable endeuour or abilitie of well writing or ordering the pen," but rather by his relationship with his master: his position thus "containeth the chiefest title of credite, and place of greatest assurance, in respect of the neerenesse and affinitie they haue of Trust, Regard, & Fidelitie, each with the other, by great conceyte and discretion.