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Through sympathy with their foreign confrères British writers also held him in high disesteem.
The way to render human beings of any class despicable is to undervalue them; for disesteem will superinduce degeneracy.
This does not save them from disesteem and deprecation, for they fall short under the test of honorific waste.
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.
Witchcraft was an article of belief, but was held in great disesteem.
But this is unnecessary; since, as Dr. Chalmers says, it “has fallen into utter disesteem and desuetude.”
Nay, it is weakness and disesteem of a man's self to put a man's life upon such liedger performances.
The profligate degeneracy of the Druids, however, tended to bring this also into disesteem.

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