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    • US Pronunciation
    • US IPA
    • UK Pronunciation
    • UK IPA
    • [ad-mer-uh-buh l]
    • /ˈæd mər ə bəl/
    • /ˈæd.mɪ.rə.bl̩/
    • US Pronunciation
    • US IPA
    • [ad-mer-uh-buh l]
    • /ˈæd mər ə bəl/

Definitions of admirably word

  • adjective admirably worthy of admiration; inspiring approval, reverence, or affection. 1
  • adjective admirably excellent; first-rate. 1
  • noun admirably In a way worthy of admiration. 1
  • adverb admirably To an admirable degree. 0

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Origin of admirably

First appearance:

before 1590
One of the 37% oldest English words
From the Latin word admīrābilis, dating back to 1590-1600. See admire, -able

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Parts of speech for Admirably


admirably popularity

A common word. It’s meaning is known to most children of preschool age. About 75% of English native speakers know the meaning and use the word.
According to our data about 56% of words is more used. This is a rare but used term. It occurs in the pages of specialized literature and in the speech of educated people.

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Synonyms for admirably

adv admirably

  • correctly — to set or make true, accurate, or right; remove the errors or faults from: The native guide corrected our pronunciation. The new glasses corrected his eyesight.
  • wonderfully — excellent; great; marvelous: We all had a wonderful weekend.
  • flawlessly — having no defects or faults, especially none that diminish the value of something: a flawless Ming Dynasty vase.
  • impeccably — faultless; flawless; irreproachable: impeccable manners.
  • superbly — admirably fine or excellent; extremely good: a superb performance.

adverb admirably

  • worthily — having adequate or great merit, character, or value: a worthy successor.

Antonyms for admirably

adv admirably

  • partially — being such in part only; not total or general; incomplete: partial blindness; a partial payment of a debt.
  • imperfectly — of, relating to, or characterized by defects or weaknesses: imperfect vision.
  • flawed — characterized by flaws; having imperfections: a flawed gem; a seriously flawed piece of work.
  • incorrectly — not correct as to fact; inaccurate; wrong: an incorrect statement.
  • mistakenly — wrongly conceived, held, or done: a mistaken antagonism.

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