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Today's word is exemplary, spelled E-X-E-M-P-L-A-R-Y.

Exemplary is an adjective that means deserving imitation especially because of excellence, commendable. It can also mean serving as a warning, monitory. Exemplary also means  serving as an example, instance, or illustration. Here is the word used in a sentence from The Poughkeepsie Journal.

"Since 1962, Big Blue's Fellows program annually honors exemplary technologists, researchers and scientists within the company."

Since the 1500s, the word exemplary has been used in English for things deserving imitation. The word, and its close relatives example and exemplify, derives from the Latin noun exemplum, which means "example." Usage commentators have sometimes warned against using exemplary as if it were simply a synonym of excellent, but clear-cut instances of such usage are hard to come by. When exemplary describes something excellent, as it often does, it almost always carries the further suggestion that the thing described is worthy of imitation.

I'm Peter Sokolowski with your Word of the Day.

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[Homework]2016-06-01 How to Use a Word

Today's word is exemplary, spelled E-X-E-M-P-L-A-R-Y.

Exemplary is an adjective that means deserving imitation especially because of excellence, commendable. It can also mean serving as a warning, monitory. Exemplary also means  serving as an example, instance, or illustration. Here is the word used in a sentence from The Poughkeepsie Journal.

Since 1962, Big Blue's Fellows program annually honors exemplary technologists, researchers and scientists within the company.

Since the 1500s, the word exemplary has been used in English for things deserving imitation. The word, and its close relatives example and exemplify, derives from the Latin noun exemplum, which means example. Usage commentators have sometimes warned against using exemplary as if it were simply a synonym of excellent, but clear-cut instances of such usage are hard to come by. When exemplary describes something excellent, as it often does, it almost always carries the further suggestion that the thing described is worthy of imitation.

I'm Peter Sokolowski with your Word of the Day.

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