esteem in Engels
v. respect, honor, admire, value
He had always made a point of standing well in their esteem: from a business point of view, that is – from a commercial standpoint, pure and simple.
Praise of their beauty, based upon comparisons, flatters the most sensitive self-esteem.
And Desnoyers accepted the situation, and in a few days felt increasing esteem for the new incumbent. Although they belonged to two unfriendly nations, it didn't matter.
As Manuel got to know El Conejo better he felt for him, if not esteem, at least a certain respect because of his intelligence.
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The very few Frenchmen who were travelling on the steamer found themselves admired as though they had increased immeasurably in public esteem.
You are highly esteemed among the members of this community.
And he cannot afford to risk such condemnation because his self-esteem is all too dependent upon their approval.
And what's more he knows your son, the much esteemed Pyotr Stepanovitch, very intimately; and he has a message from him.
Anthony, having lost his dignity, his self-esteem, and, did he but know it, his life-had only his temper left to lose.
1. estimation: appreciation, estimate, valuation
2. respect: deference, admiration, homage, favour, honour, regard, reverence
3. honour: treasure, appreciate, estimate, prize, regard, respect, revere
4. judge: estimate, account, deem, consider