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esteem

  

      vb   tr  
1    to have great respect or high regard for  
to esteem a colleague     
2    Formal   to judge or consider; deem  
to esteem an idea improper     
      n  
3    high regard or respect; good opinion  
4    Archaic   judgment; opinion  
     (C15: from Old French estimer, from Latin aestimare estimate)  
  esteemed      adj  


self-esteem  
      n  
1    respect for or a favourable opinion of oneself  
2    an unduly high opinion of oneself; vanity  
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esteem

  

      vb  
1    admire, be fond of, cherish, honour, like, love, prize, regard highly, respect, revere, reverence, take off one's hat to, think highly of, treasure, value, venerate  
2      (formal)   account, believe, calculate, consider, deem, estimate, hold, judge, rate, reckon, regard, think, view  
      n  
3    admiration, Brownie points, consideration, credit, estimation, good opinion, honour, regard, respect, reverence, veneration  


self-esteem     
amour-propre, confidence, faith in oneself, pride, self-assurance, self-regard, self-respect, vanity  

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esteemed, Este, esthete, ester

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