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esteem sb.:
1. supposed or estimated value All'sW. V. iii. 1.
2. account, worth 1H6 III. iv. 8 “prisoners of ,” V. v. 27 “another lady of esteem,” Cym. V. v. 254.
3. opinion, judgement LLL. II. i. 4 “precious in the world's esteem,” MND. III. ii. 294, Mac. I. vii. 43.
4. favourable opinion 2H6 V. ii. 22 “praise and ,” H8 IV. i. 109 “in much esteem with the king.”
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