Meaning of laudably in English:

laudably

Pronunciation /ˈlɔːdəbli/

adverb

See laudable

‘A professor of English and comparative literature at Princeton, and published by Yale, she is heaped with Ivy League credentials but laudably determined not to be stifled by them.’
  • ‘There's no shortage of government officials who think they're being laudably tough while they smother human empathy.’
  • ‘And, most laudably, I managed not to scream when I saw one.’
  • ‘All his work carries a conviction that smacks of a healthy combination of intense darkness and a capacity for hard work and a laudably practical attitude to plotting in its author.’
  • ‘It's a laudably ambitious work, and a frustratingly uneven novel.’
  • ‘The director is laudably respectful towards her subjects.’