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estimation (4 is purely S.)
1. value, worth Ado II. ii. 25, Mer.V. II. vii. 26, All'sW. V. iii. 4 (cf. ESTEEM sb. 1).
2. thing of value Troil. II. ii. 91, Cym. I. iv. 104 “your brace of unprizeable estimations.”
3. repute, reputation Gent. II. iv. 57 “To be of worth and worthy ,” H5 III. vi. 16, Ham. II. ii. 357 [348].
4. conjecture 1H4 I. iii. 272.
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