praiseworthy in a sentence

Example sentences for praiseworthy

The payback is commercially uncertain, although the project is morally praiseworthy.
Equally praiseworthy was the festival's commitment to bringing popular local acts to the free concerts in the city.
The audit-a praiseworthy attempt to get to grips with the nuts and bolts of future economic growth-makes another point too.
The whole point is what they're doing is morally praiseworthy but not morally obligable.
It is meant to be light commercial entertainment, and in the category of horror films it stands as a praiseworthy effort.
In fact, aside from occasional fits of self-consciousness, the performances of all these lads are highly praiseworthy.
The back-stage episodes are produced neatly and with a praiseworthy degree of imagination in the direction.
The balloon-stunt people have done an especially praiseworthy job.
Sometimes this approach may be judged in hindsight as morally praiseworthy.
She would make it the hidden spring of a hundred praiseworthy deeds.
After all, genetic determinism is a lot less threatening when it is proposing theses which one finds appealing and praiseworthy.
Far from their family and relatives,it's praiseworthy.
The case studies were chosen to highlight agencies that have implemented effective projects in a unique and praiseworthy fashion.
While this ranking is unprecedented and certainly praiseworthy, it does not signal an end to our work.
About twenty-five dollars more are required to make this praiseworthy effort a success.
Although praiseworthy, the advances fall short of cures.
The coverage of community relations is especially praiseworthy for its candor.
All these governmental efforts are important and praiseworthy.

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