Laudable

• (v. i.) Healthy; salubrious; normal; having a disposition to promote healing; not noxious; as, laudable juices of the body; laudable pus. • (v. i.) Worthy of being lauded; praiseworthy; commendable; as, laudable motives; laudable actions; laudable ambition.
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laudable

[Adjective] Deserving of praise, worthy, creditable.
Example: She made a very laudable attempt at bandaging the wound, even though she had had very little first aid training.
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Laudable

Laud'a·ble adjective [ Latin laudabilis : confer Middle English laudable . See Laud , intransitive verb ] 1. Worthy of being lauded; praiseworthy; commendable; as, laudable motives; laudable actions; laudable ambition. 2...
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laudable

laudable 1. Worthy of being praised; commendable; praiseworthy. 2. Worthy of high praise.
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laudable

Type: Term Pronunciation: law′dă-bĕl Definitions: 1. A historic term used to describe a quality of pus (thick and creamy) suggesting that a wound ultimately would heal through the granulation process and not be associated with sepsis and death.
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laudable

worthy of high praise
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