esteem[ ih-steem ]SEE DEFINITION OF esteem
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ESTEEM
What other form of government, indeed, can so well deserve our esteem and love?
If you have forfeited man's respect and esteem, there is a God with whom there is mercy and forgiveness.
I am with esteem, Your most obedient humble servant, N. Greene.
Amelia, however, succeeded only in raising herself in his esteem.
No one could esteem him while living, and no one regretted him when dead.
It is at once a neglect of duty, and a certain forfeiture of esteem.
If the world chose to esteem him, he did not buy its opinion by imposture.
"You would be unworthy of my esteem if you could," said Mr. Montenero.
No man ever left an office stronger in the confidence and esteem of the people.
I do highly, very highly, esteem you indeed, Clarinda—you merit it all!
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ESTEEM
- public esteem
- abide by
- adhere to
- be awed by
- be kind to
- comply with
- defer to
- have good opinion of
- have high opinion
- look up to
- observe of
- pay attention
- set store by
- show consideration
- show courtesy
- take into account
- think highly of