Adjective(1) deserving reward or praise
(1) Wood's performance was all the more meritorious given that he felt feverish on arrival yesterday morning and even more so on completing his 18 holes.(2) The medals worn by them are not only for bravery but also for meritorious service and for spending more than a year in dangerous operational sectors.(3) Even so, as suggested in Paul, that should not be the end of the inquiry and the Court should not make an order for security for costs if an otherwise meritorious claim would be stopped in its tracks.(4) Awards were presented to meritorious students.(5) The ├ö├ç├┐one petition├ö├ç├û rule cuts off meritless and meritorious claims alike, based merely on the sequence of filings.(6) The court held that she was entitled to withdraw without costs as she had a meritorious claim when she initiated the application but circumstances had changed.(7) And the Court has repeatedly refused to bend on this point - even when possibly meritorious claims of people on death row have been at stake.(8) At the same time, those who render meritorious service should be given due recognition with fitting rewards.(9) As we remind ourselves the burden of proof is on the defendants, and the court must be assiduous not to strike out a claim which may be meritorious , even though the prospects of it being so are remote.(10) If anyone knows of any well written, amusing, or otherwise meritorious right wing blogs you'd like to suggest, please post a comment.(11) Obedience to the divine will is meritorious , and brings reward; disobedience is lethally punished.(12) To promote young, meritorious and aspiring models, there is exhaustive information regarding advertising agencies and event managers in search of young models.(13) There's such an imbalance that for them to say lawyers shouldn't advertise for meritorious claims is a bit hypocritical.(14) Many meritorious students who have got admissions in self-financing colleges are not in a position to continue their education by paying unexpectedly huge amount as fees.(15) This being the case, does the rich man's help to the needy, on which he so readily prides himself as something meritorious , really deserve to be called beneficence at all?(16) Thus, the most meritorious lawsuits would be the ones that progressed forward to settlement or verdict.
(1) meritorious service :: మెరిటోరియస్ సర్వీస్
1. praiseworthy ::
2. laudable ::
4. admirable ::
5. estimable ::
అంచనా వేయడానికి లేదు
6. creditable ::
7. worthy ::
8. deserving ::
9. excellent ::
10. exemplary ::
11. good ::
1. reprehensible ::
Different Formsmeritorious, meritoriously, meritoriousness
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