meritable


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Related to meritable: meritorious, impendent, therewith
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Adj.1.Meritable - deserving reward or praisemeritable - deserving reward or praise; "a lifetime of meritorious service"; "meritorious conduct"
worthy - having worth or merit or value; being honorable or admirable; "a worthy fellow"; "a worthy cause"
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Additionally, cowboy politicians think that creating cowboy parties such as UKIP and now Farage's Brexit Party will fool the electorate into voting for them as though they have any meritable manifestos - they certainly have not, and certainly none that would ever have the interests of Wales remotely at heart.
Additionally, cowboy politicians think that creating cowboy parties such as UKIP and now Farage's Brexit Party will fool the electorate into voting for them as though they have any meritable manifestos -- they certainly have not, and certainly none that would ever have the interests of Wales remotely at heart.
It's his third studio album for the meritable British label Young Turks.
Merit stands for "meritable actions" which resulted students to earn points while demerit stands for value of an infraction which led to students losing points and this resulted students may get penalty from their action.
Bottom club Scholes had a meritable 1-1 draw with Diggle, but the two points they dropped means relegation to Division II is now unavoidable.
He fell one short of Gavin Orton's league record as his side bolstered their promotion prospects although, in the context of the scoreline, Sean Cairns's consolation was perhaps the more meritable achievement.