self-esteem

[ self-i-steem, self- ]SEE DEFINITION OF self-esteem

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SELF-ESTEEM

The evenings with her did something to reinstate him in his own self-esteem.

You have not succeeded in making a fool of me; my self-esteem is satisfied.

"You want nothing for self-esteem," she informed him gravely.

The wound to his self-esteem was in the very tenderest spot of his nature.

My resolve neither wounds a friend nor hurts my own self-esteem.

You have energy and self-esteem enough to make this succeed.

We have, as a nation, no small share of self-sufficiency and self-esteem.

I had just gone through an experience which flattered my self-esteem.

Leave me to do what I like, and my self-esteem will help me to believe you.

Deficient in self-esteem; his anticipations of the most humble character.

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