- Not commendable.
1874, Benj. N. Martin, Choice Specimens of American Literature, And Literary Reader:
- During the last two centuries men appear to have striven, with a most uncommendable zeal, all over Christendom, to root out and extirpate every trace of the Gothic.
1921, Alice Hegan Rice, Quin:
- He arrived at the Eighty-second Street apartment about six o'clock in the evening, and, after studying the dingy name-plates, took the five flights of stairs with uncommendable speed, and presented himself at the rear door on the sixth floor.