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abominable deserving of disgust; hateful. [1/2 definitions]
admissible capable or deserving of being admitted or conceded; allowable, esp. in a legal sense.
adorable deserving of being liked or admired; lovable. [1/2 definitions]
beatification in the Roman Catholic Church, the process of determining whether a deceased person should be declared to be in heaven and therefore deserving of special honor, or the final decision and declaration that this is so. [1/2 definitions]
beatify in the Roman Catholic Church, to proclaim (a deceased person) blessed in heaven and deserving of a ceremony of honor. [1/3 definitions]
blamable deserving blame; guilty.
comparable able to be compared; deserving comparison. [1/2 definitions]
contemptible deserving of or viewed with contempt; disgraceful; dishonorable.
credible deserving of belief; trustworthy. [1/2 definitions]
creditable deserving of belief or recognition. [1/2 definitions]
damnable deserving to be condemned. [1/2 definitions]
debacle a complete failure, often deserving ridicule; fiasco. [1/3 definitions]
dependable deserving of trust or confidence; reliable.
deplorable deserving of contempt, censure, or reproach; very bad; wretched. [1/2 definitions]
detestable inspiring or deserving strong hatred; abominable.
exemplary deserving to be imitated or followed; commendable; admirable. [1/4 definitions]
honorable deserving of respect or consideration. [1/2 definitions]
ignominious deserving of disgrace; contemptible. [1/2 definitions]
infamous having, deserving, or causing a bad reputation; notorious or shameful. [1/2 definitions]
irreproachable not deserving blame or criticism; blameless or faultless.
lamentable deserving to be lamented; deplorable; unfortunate; disappointing.