admirably


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ad·mi·ra·ble

 (ăd′mər-ə-bəl)
adj.
Deserving admiration.

ad′mi·ra·ble·ness n.
ad′mi·ra·bly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.admirably - in an admirable manneradmirably - in an admirable manner; "the children's responses were admirably normal"
Translations
عَلَى نَحْو يُثِير الإعْجَاب
obdivuhodně
beundringsværdigt
einkar vel
obdivuhodne
hayran bırakanövgüye değer

admirably

[ˈædmərəblɪ] ADVadmirablemente, de una manera digna de admiración

admirably

[ˈædmɪrəbli] adv [perform, cope, manage] → admirablement; [clear, consistent, restrained] → admirablement

admirably

[ˈædmrəblɪ] advammirevolmente
he is admirably suited to the job → è perfettamente adatto a quel lavoro

admire

(ədˈmaiə) verb
1. to look at with great pleasure and often to express this pleasure. I've just been admiring your new car.
2. to have a very high opinion of (something or someone). I admire John's courage.
ˈadmirable (ˈӕdmə-) adjective
extremely good. His behaviour during the riot was admirable.
ˈadmirably (ˈӕdmə-) adverb
extremely well. He's admirably suited to the job.
admiration (ӕdmiˈreiʃən) noun
They were filled with admiration at the team's performance.
adˈmirer noun
1. one who admires (someone or something). He is an admirer of Mozart.
2. a man who is attracted by a particular woman. She has many admirers.
adˈmiring adjective
an admiring glance.
adˈmiringly adverb
References in classic literature ?
Their rounded roofs, admirably molded for defense against the weather, denoted more of industry and foresight than the natives were wont to bestow on their regular habitations, much less on those they occupied for the temporary purposes of hunting and war.
She shocked no canon of taste; she was admirably in keeping with herself, and never jarred against surrounding circumstances.
So much strength of colouring, which must have given a wan and pallid aspect to cheeks of a fainter bloom, was admirably adapted to Pearl's beauty, and made her the very brightest little jet of flame that ever danced upon the earth.
His frontispiece, boats attacking Sperm Whales, though no doubt calculated to excite the civil scepticism of some parlor men, is admirably correct and life-like in its general effect.
It is therefore not in strict character, however admirably satirical, that after going to school himself, he should then go abroad inculcating not what he learned there, but the folly of it.
Of late years, however, since his children were growing up, he had begun to value respectability, and had had himself made a magistrate; a position for which he was admirably fitted, because of his strong conservatism and his contempt for "foreigners.
There had been a long continuous period of rainy weather, and the soft, rich earth of Ohio, as every one knows, is admirably suited to the manufacture of mud--and the road was an Ohio railroad of the good old times.
But it turned out that she had managed the business well; in fact, admirably.
The highlights in this part of the work are cleverly managed, the MOTIF is admirably subordinated to the ground tints, and the technique is very fine.
As to the rest, Rebecca had furnished the ideas and Emma Jane the materials and labor, a method of dividing responsibilities that seemed to suit the circumstances admirably.
He was very much pleased with Randalls, thought it a most admirably arranged house, would hardly allow it even to be very small, admired the situation, the walk to Highbury, Highbury itself, Hartfield still more, and professed himself to have always felt the sort of interest in the country which none but one's own country gives, and the greatest curiosity to visit it.
She had never more admirably imitated Miss Garth's voice and manner than when she spoke her next words.