good, pleasant, becoming, comely.
or as Spurgeon said,
"Praise is pleasant and proper,
sweet and suitable.
It is refreshing to the taste of the refined mind,
and it is agreeable to the eye of the pure in heart;
it is when duty and delight, benefit and beauty unite,
we ought not be backward."
"To praise God is comely for there is no greater stain than ingratitude.
There is, then, all decency in the world in praise."
"There is no heaven, either in the world, or the world to come,
for people who do not praise God.
If you do not enter into the spirit and worship of heaven,
how should the spirit and joy of heaven enter into you?"
(John Pulsford, 1857)