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deserving of respect or high regard

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deserving of esteem and respect

may be computed or estimated

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You are aware, monsieur, that a man may be estimable and trustworthy in private life, and the best seaman in the merchant service, and yet be, politically speaking, a great criminal.
a dripping pan immediately, that I may not lose a drop of the fat of this estimable bird.
We consider it useless to draw a physical or moral portrait of Grimaud; if, as we hope, our readers have not wholly forgotten the first part of this work, they must have preserved a clear idea of that estimable individual, who is wholly unchanged, except that he is twenty years older, an advance in life that has made him only more silent; although, since the change that had been working in himself, Athos had given Grimaud permission to speak.
Accident had made me acquainted with the virtues of this estimable woman, and I felt assured that she would treat even a pocket- handkerchief kindly.
He had the serenity of a man whose estimable character is fortunately expressed by his personal appearance in an unobtrusive, yet convincing, manner which no chief officer in want of hands could resist.
and could not seriously picture to herself a more agreeable or estimable man.
HERON FOSTER, editor of a Pittsburgh journal, and a most estimable gentleman.
Upon the death of the estimable captain, Samuel Ferguson, then twenty-two years of age, had already made his voyage around the world.
The high point for this estimable teacher came when George Balanchine formed his New York City Ballet in 1949 and soon after conferred on Mounsey principal status.
5 and insurance recoveries are not probable and reasonably estimable, the liability should be recorded.
Most pollution remediation outlays would be accrued as a liability and expenditure or expense, as appropriate, when a range of expected outlays is reasonably estimable.
Global warming and the decline of US global power take center stage in the 248th edition of this estimable reference, which was first edited by Edmund Burke in 1758, and is cited in American Reference Books Annual.
Indeed, I shouldn't be surprised if the estimable MrDown isn't cheesed off by the number of times he has to
This DVD, featuring material taped between 1964 and 1972, show-cases a revealing cross-section of Regine Crespin's estimable art.
And not for the first time it was one of Sun Hill's own, namely PC Des Taviner (the estimable Paul Usher).