disesteem[ dis-i-steem ]SEE DEFINITION OF disesteem
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISESTEEM
Do you marvel that they held in "disesteem" the law and government that acted thus?
The way to render human beings of any class despicable is to undervalue them; for disesteem will superinduce degeneracy.
In the individual, toping is regarded with disesteem, but toping nations are in the forefront of civilization and power.
Assuredly thou canst have no concern for the disesteem in which thou art held by the monstrous men of today.
But if you want the explanation of this "disesteem" and hostility for British law, you must trace effect to cause.
Gentlemen, 'twas all "according to law;" and to demonstrate sympathy for him and "disesteem" of that law was "sedition."
The periods of the scene-shifter, in life as in life's mimicking on any stage, have fallen into disesteem.
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.
When they reached Bayonne that night they parted with mutual sentiments of disesteem.