Etymology
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laudable (adj.)

early 15c., from Old French laudable "praiseworthy, glorious" and directly from Latin laudabilis "praiseworthy," from laudare "to praise, commend, extol" (see laud). Related: Laudably.

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Definitions of laudable

laudable (adj.)
worthy of high praise;
laudable motives of improving housing conditions
Synonyms: applaudable / commendable / praiseworthy
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