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esteemed

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishesteemedes‧teemed /ɪˈstiːmd/ adjective [usually before noun] formal 🔊 🔊 respected and admired 🔊 the esteemed French critic Olivier Boissiere 🔊 highly esteemed scholars
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esteemedOn the surface, he was a very outgoing man, frequently in the company of esteemed names from the showbusiness profession.Many highly esteemed scholars have made suggestions of this sort.Dear Maggie, I feel I owe you an apology for abandoning your esteemed Victorian values.This fanatical regard for esteemed works as they were first given to the public leads to intimidating variations in price.highly esteemedSuch craftsmen were considered more than mere artisans, and their products, especially set in seal rings, were highly esteemed.No writer is more highly esteemed by the Japanese than Soseki.True ivory is one of the few substances to have been highly esteemed for symbolic purposes wherever it could be obtained.One reason why chalcedony has been so highly esteemed is that it lends itself to a variety of decorative treatments.Many highly esteemed scholars have made suggestions of this sort.
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