One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘the team worked hard and produced a creditable performance’
commendable, praiseworthy, laudable, admirable, honourable, estimable, meritorious, exceptional, exemplary, noteworthy, notable, worthy, up to the mark, deserving, respectable, reputable, sterling
good, fine, excellent, outstanding, first-rate, first-class
worthy of commendation, worthy of admiration
informal A1, wicked, super, splendiferous, top-notch, fab, ace, tip-top
British informal smashing, brill, champion, grand
North American informal bully
NZ Australian informal beaut
British informal top-hole
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