For some, that amounts to a laudably consistent belief system.
It is true, he says, that he killed his wife, but he did it laudably.
It is true that he was flagrantly in the wrong, his victim as laudably in the right.
It invites them to inquiry, and makes them laudably curious.
He, however, laudably determined not to make another adventure.
I cured myself first of those false imaginations, and then I laudably endeavoured to cure other men.
Thus is the purpose of my heart entirely frustrated, and the laudably industrious tradesman defrauded of his due.
"Where he is laudably exercising his lungs for the entertainment of the company below," said the Professor.
He admires the smooth empasto; and among the painters who practised it, laudably mentions Vander Werff.
The author has laudably made his submission and reprobated his work.
laudable laud·a·ble (lô'də-bəl)