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  • noundisapproval
  • verbdisapprove

synonyms for disesteem

  • disapprobation
  • disfavor
  • dislike
  • displeasure
  • disregard
  • disrespect
See also synonyms for: disesteemed
  • discountenance
  • deprecate
  • slight
  • disrespect
  • disfavor
  • dislike
  • frown on
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antonyms for disesteem

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  • approval
  • esteem
  • honor
  • like
  • regard
  • respect
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How to use disesteem in a sentence

Through sympathy with their foreign confrères British writers also held him in high disesteem.
THE COLLECTED WORKS OF AMBROSE BIERCEAMBROSE BIERCE
The way to render human beings of any class despicable is to undervalue them; for disesteem will superinduce degeneracy.
FEMALE SCRIPTURE BIOGRAPHIES, VOL. IIFRANCIS AUGUSTUS COX
This does not save them from disesteem and deprecation, for they fall short under the test of honorific waste.
THE THEORY OF THE LEISURE CLASSTHORSTEIN VEBLEN
Were I truly humble, I would desire disesteem, even though having in the matter in hand given no real offence.
SANTA TERESAALEXANDER WHYTE
Admiral Digby smiled at his enthusiasm; but he was too good a judge of human nature to disesteem, or even undervalue, enthusiasm.
THE ROCK OF THE LIONMOLLY ELLIOT SEAWELL
It must be remembered that Margaret's self-esteem did not really involve any disesteem of others.
MARGARET FULLER (MARCHESA OSSOLI)JULIA WARD HOWE
Witchcraft was an article of belief, but was held in great disesteem.
THE WORLD OF HOMERANDREW LANG
But this is unnecessary; since, as Dr. Chalmers says, it “has fallen into utter disesteem and desuetude.”
THE RELIGION OF GEOLOGY AND ITS CONNECTED SCIENCESEDWARD HITCHCOCK
Nay, it is weakness and disesteem of a man's self to put a man's life upon such liedger performances.
MEMOIRS OF EXTRAORDINARY POPULAR DELUSIONSCHARLES MACKAY
The profligate degeneracy of the Druids, however, tended to bring this also into disesteem.
THE ROUND TOWERS OF IRELANDHENRY O'BRIEN
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WORDS RELATED TO DISESTEEM

  • discredit
  • disesteem
  • disfavor
  • dishonor
  • disrepute
  • humiliation
  • ignominy
  • infamy
  • insignificancy
  • opprobrium
  • shame
  • stigma
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