Definition of commendably in English:

commendably

adverb

  • See commendable

    • ‘I'd say these are commendably motivated people.’
    • ‘While there is little evidence of original research, she has commendably pulled off the tricky task of bringing to life a cast of vivid and disparate personalities and setting them firmly in their period.’
    • ‘The motorway bus services are commendably affordable but they will never be a realistic alternative for professional commuters until we have the motorways to do them justice and shorten journey times.’
    • ‘He was commendably responsive to the galleries.’
    • ‘I would like to praise the actions of Mr Ashworth who behaved commendably.’

Pronunciation

commendably

/kəˈmɛndəbli/