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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of esteem.


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  • Little thought, that little fatherless Boy would be one day known and esteem'd by the most learned, the most respected, the wisest and the best men of the

    Letter 27

  • Her Family and Fortune have enrich'd and honoured thee, brought thee to be esteem'd and respected, above thy Merit!

    The Lining of the Patch-Work Screen

  • Inferiours, and her Prudence made her esteem'd by Equals and Superiours, and by none more than by her Majesty.


  • Then it was, that I esteem'd every Thing that she lik'd, and she approv'd whatsoever I commended; and this according to the Dictates of our natural


  • Exilia being thus esteem'd by the Queen, her Majesty was graciously pleas'd to ask her about her Country and Kindred; which gave her an Opportunity to let her


  • I had not yet pass'd the Dog − days of Bosvil's hot Pursuits; but at his Return he treated me in another Manner than ever: If before he admir'd, honour'd, or esteem'd me, he now doted, ador'd, and dy'd for me; vow'd a thousand

    The Amours of Bosvil and Galesia

  • How lightly oft thy work by all the world's esteem'd!

    Paul Gerhardt as a Hymn Writer and his Influence on English Hymnody

  • Before the Spaniards made themselves Masters of Mexico, no other drink was esteem'd but that of cocoa; none caring for wine, notwithstanding the soil produces vines everywhere in great abundance of itself.

    Cocoa and Chocolate Their History from Plantation to Consumer

  • The _Spanish Women_ at _Mexico_ use it very much, and it is highly esteem'd by them.

    Cocoa and Chocolate Their History from Plantation to Consumer

  • Purpose, and on a Survey esteem'd worth much more than the

    The Story of Madras


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