Time has worked out his revenges until what was then disesteemed is much admired now.
At this time the King grew to be contemned and disesteemed, so that scarcely any honour was done to him, and his Father likewise.
She can never be slighted or disesteemed, while her good temper and benevolence render her a blessing to her companions.
I know, a hundred honest men cuckolds, honestly and not unbeseemingly; a worthy man is pitied, not disesteemed for it.
A jester at the court of his master, indulged and disesteemed, winning a clement master's praise.
A maid aft seen and a gown aft worn, are disesteemed and held in scorn.
Napoleon therefore repaired to England, and sought for Louis the Disesteemed.