meritoriously


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mer·i·to·ri·ous

 (mĕr′ĭ-tôr′ē-əs)
adj.
Deserving reward or praise; having merit.

[Middle English, from Latin meritōrius, earning money, from meritus, past participle of merēre, to earn; see merit.]

mer′i·to′ri·ous·ly adv.
mer′i·to′ri·ous·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.meritoriously - in a meritorious mannermeritoriously - in a meritorious manner; "he served his country meritoriously"
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meritoriously

[ˌmerɪˈtɔːrɪəslɪ] ADVmerecidamente
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She was, at that very moment, meritoriously and heartily engaged in eating her breakfast.
Placing these on the table and bending over the fire, meritoriously sensible of the trying nature of his duty, he watched the wreaths of steam, until at the special instant of projection he caught up the iron vessel and gave it one delicate twirl, causing it to send forth one gentle hiss.
Richard Carstone, who has so meritoriously acquitted himself in the--shall I say the classic shades?
It seemed as if there were moments when he could by no means have sworn but that the old man was an ancient retainer of his, who had been meritoriously faithful.
They are accorded to military commanders in recognition of their exemplary service or who have meritoriously completed their tour of duty.
It has been occasioned by poor administration, lack of transparency, near absence of data for pensioners and other setbacks, which unfortunately has been borne by men and women who served their fatherland meritoriously.
Balutan meritoriously earned his 'Mandirigma' moniker in the Armed Forces of the Philippines because of his exploits as commander of his troops in the battlefront.
Ghulam Qadir Kazi, Vice Chancellor, Isra University in his address said that the main purpose of such events is not only to confer degrees on the students but also to honor those who have performed meritoriously.
If there is anybody who would question me, my authority to have you promoted meritoriously, I will punch them in the face because they do not know the hard work you did," Dela Rosa said in the vernacular.
Ghulam Qadir Kazi said the main purpose of such events is not only to confer degrees on the students but also to honor those who have performed meritoriously.
I was meritoriously advanced to petty officer 1st class as a result.
He pointed out that QU's 2018 to 2022 strategy, adopted by the Board of Trustees, will make a qualitative shift in its role in society, especially at this time, as the national university that leads the higher education meritoriously.