Origin of exemplary
OTHER WORDS FROM exemplaryex·em·pla·ri·ly, adverbex·em·pla·ri·ness, ex·em·plar·i·ty [eg-zuhm-plar-i-tee], /ˌɛg zəmˈplær ɪ ti/, nounnon·ex·em·pla·ry, adjectiveun·ex·em·pla·ry, adjective
How to use exemplary in a sentence
At the time the Anne Arundel County Council confirmed her appointment as chief of that department earlier this month, all Council members spoke out about what they considered to be her exemplary qualifications for the position.Lesbian to be sworn in as Anne Arundel police chief|Lou Chibbaro Jr.|December 16, 2020|Washington Blade
I understand my obligation as a public official to provide exemplary compliance with the public health orders, and certainly not to ignore them.
Ramón y Cajal, a founding father of neuroscience, had already recognized this first when, at the turn of the 20th century, he drew attention to the sense of smell as an exemplary model to learn how the brain makes sense of the world.Our Mind-Boggling Sense of Smell - Issue 91: The Amazing Brain|Ann-Sophie Barwich|October 14, 2020|Nautilus
Ginsburg’s exemplary leadership allowed me to be this woman.Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s passing feels like millions of women have lost their bubbie|jakemeth|September 22, 2020|Fortune
It’s a galling predicament given the island’s exemplary record in dealing with the disease, despite being excluded from the World Health Organization because of Beijing’s “One China” policy.A quirky passport design contest evokes Taiwan’s search for national identity|Anne Quito|August 25, 2020|Quartz
A lot of other young men of their own age are standing these things exemplarily.Health Through Will Power|James J. Walsh
Many a sum had she sent me on similar occasions; a blessed creature she was, and one that loved and feared God exemplarily.The Diary of John Evelyn, Volume II (of 2)|John Evelyn
The king also assured them that, if Holmes had committed any unjust action, he and his officers should be exemplarily punished.
She immediately took the letter to her husband, and begged him to order the bearer of it to be exemplarily whipped.Pretty Michal|Mr Jkai
To his equals he was condescending; to his inferiors, kind; and to the dear object of his affections, exemplarily tender.Eighth Reader|James Baldwin