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See definition of esteem on Dictionary.com
  • verbthink highly of
  • verbconsider, believe

synonyms for esteem

  • hold dear
  • revere
  • venerate
  • admire
  • appreciate
  • apprise
  • cherish
  • consider
  • honor
  • idolize
  • like
  • love
  • prize
  • regard
  • respect
  • reverence
  • treasure
  • value
  • worship
  • be fond of
  • look up to
  • regard highly
  • think the world of
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antonyms for esteem

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  • abandon
  • condemn
  • denounce
  • despise
  • dishonor
  • dislike
  • disparage
  • disregard
  • disrespect
  • hate
  • ignore
  • neglect
  • scorn
  • abuse
  • deride
  • disbelieve
  • insult
  • mock
  • ridicule
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To esteem is to feel respect combined with a warm, kindly feeling. To appreciate is to exercise wise judgment, delicate perception, and keen insight in realizing the worth of something. To value is to attach importance to a thing because of its worth (material or otherwise). To prize is to value highly and cherish.

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Well-known across the Spanish-speaking world, Colombian comic Santiago Rivas’ political satire is held in high esteem.
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The trouble is that the general social esteem in which people hold science makes it natural for them to make an unhelpful assumption.
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The team was coached by Caleb Martin, a skier from Telluride, Colorado, who held Cummings in high esteem.
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That’s the story Gershom Gorenberg restores to memory and esteem in “War of Shadows,” a masterpiece of scholarship and synthesis that also reads like a thriller.
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Nobody had held his brother in any less esteem for this connection; it was quite the way in the country.
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To suddenly discover oneself proficient where failure had been feared increases self esteem and adds to the sum of happiness.
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Monsieur de Garnache, if you have no friend at hand to act for you, I shall esteem myself honoured.
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The good character of the Irish railways was thus re-established, and they again held their rightful place in public esteem.
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This slight acquaintance with the nobility of France did not, however, elevate them in her esteem.
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WORDS RELATED TO ESTEEM

  • account
  • adoration
  • affection
  • applause
  • appreciation
  • approbation
  • approval
  • deference
  • delight
  • esteem
  • estimation
  • favor
  • fondness
  • glorification
  • homage
  • honor
  • idolatry
  • idolization
  • liking
  • love
  • marveling
  • obeisance
  • pleasure
  • praise
  • recognition
  • regard
  • reverence
  • valuing
  • veneration
  • wonder
  • wonderment
  • worship
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