Altruism is not necessarily admirable.
Admirable high standards or impossible goals?
Logan cried, bending to examine John Milton’s “An Epitaph on the admirable Dramaticke Poet, W.
Ajinkya Rahane has been a hugely admirable surrogate captain for the more excitable Virat Kohli.
Thus, the fact that some evil persons have some admirable traits shouldn’t convince us to reject the mirror thesis.
Just because joining the military is an admirable choice doesn't mean it's a path free of doubt or misunderstanding.
Saker’s frankness is admirable but it may not endear him to England’s coach, Andy Flower, nor to captain, Alastair Cook.
Some of them are quite morally admirable, such as those in the first set, and by themselves could give rise to positive moral behavior.
Whether there exists such a thing as morally admirable partiality is the main issue that separates the so-called partialists from the impartialists.
And it's easy to see why, with an admirable indie spirit courtesy of some very cool shops, bars, tattoo parlours, skate shops, events and pleasant people.
Much of that work is conventional, but the first and last books in particular show admirable common sense and humanity; and his work greatly influenced Renaissance education.
Witness the various university endowments, concert venues, charitable foundations and institutions designed to advance the rather admirable mission of not simply giving it all to the children.
Shakespeare suits liberal violence, with its corrupted currents, admirable ambition, and casual slaughters—and what makes Lincoln and Truman admirable, if not heroic, is that they knew it.
But that is also the cast of mind that, with the addition of common sense and humor and an attachment to regular things—life, family, dinner—makes Alcott’s most admirable characters admirable.
The ASA added: "We considered that the encouragement from the group in response to his apprehension, and their subsequent reaction, suggested that the man's behaviour was brave and admirable, and that the group's respect for him had increased as a result.
After the dismissal Charteris praised Kerr saying: “I believe that in not informing the Queen what you intended to do before doing it you acted not only with perfect constitutional propriety but also with admirable consideration for Her Majesty’s position.”
The flurry of commitments, though visibly admirable, has raised questions among environmentalists who worry these targets are a form of greenwashing: the practice of obscuring environmental degradation by focusing public attention on sustainability efforts.
...why can't some in the medical fraternity acknowledge that they can be both tireless, sacrificing, virtuous, indefatigable, admirable and also totally wrong on the epidemiological risk assessment and appropriate choice of personal & professional conduct...?
“Rio Tinto’s behaviour and culture may have remained largely without sanction but for the admirable and unprecedented intervention of the company’s own shareholders, who demanded more than the token consequences first proposed by Rio Tinto’s board,” Fitzgerald said.
What critics said: "Anchored by a magnetic lead performance and bolstered by world-class acting, marvelous visual language, a teleplay that's never less than gripping, and an admirable willingness to embrace contradiction and ambiguity, it's one of the year's best series." — RogerEbert.com
- deserving of the highest esteem or admiration
- inspiring admiration or approval
Example: among her many admirable qualities are generosity and graciousness
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