Definition of Admirableness

1. Noun. Admirable excellence.

Exact synonyms: Admirability, Wonderfulness
Generic synonyms: Excellence
Derivative terms: Admirable, Admirable, Admirable, Admirable, Wonderful



Definition of Admirableness

1. n. The quality of being admirable; wonderful excellence.

Definition of Admirableness

1. Noun. The state or quality of being admirable. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Admirableness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Admirableness

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Literary usage of Admirableness

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1. Essays on the Study and Use of Poetry by Plutarch and Basil the Great by Frederick Morgan Padelford, Plutarchus, Basil The Great (1902)
"... and unseemly emotions and characters, the youth must not confound their artistic admirableness and success with truth, or rank them as beautiful, ..."

2. Yale Studies in English edited by Albert Stanburrough Cook, Yale university New Haven (1902)
"... and unseemly emotions and characters, the youth must not confound their artistic admirableness and success with truth, or rank them as beautiful, ..."

3. Little Folk of Many Lands by Louise Jordan Miln (1899)
"... and because they are taught in their nurseries to sing and to feel " God save the Queen," the Canadian children have an admirableness and a strength ..."

4. A Treatise on the Moral Ideals by John Grote (1876)
"... admirableness; virtue is a thing which people esteem and admire, but it is not their esteeming and admiring it which makes it virtue; they esteem and ..."

5. The Stones of Venice by John Ruskin (1853)
"The Titanic insanity extended itself also into ecclesiastical design : the principal church in Italy was built with little idea of any other admirableness ..."

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