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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishestimablees‧ti‧ma‧ble /ˈestəməbəl/ adjective formal  ADMIREdeserving respect and admirationinestimable
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estimableThe morally estimable act of exposing to us the worst in ourselves nearly always has something morally equivocal about it.Products range from the truly estimable and inspired to the merely pretty and, sometimes, meretricious.Before long, the estimable Dick Cheney took over the top job.The estimable Howell Binkley does not disappoint with his atmospheric lighting.First runner-up wins the tacky but estimable Style Invitational Loser Pen.
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