Antonyms of ESTEEMED

Examples of usage:

  1. During the month we were at Washington, I heard a great deal of conversation respecting a recent exclusion from Congress of a gentleman, who, by every account, was one of the most esteemed men in the house, and, I think, the father of it. "Domestic Manners of the Americans" by Fanny Trollope
  2. They esteemed themselves, and were esteemed, essential to the moral order. "Foes" by Mary Johnston
  3. The Quakers, especially, had reason to fear, both for themselves and for the Indians, of whom it was their pride to be esteemed the champions. "The Conspiracy of Pontiac and the Indian War after the Conquest of Canada" by Francis Parkman

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    having a good reputation especially in a field of knowledge <concerned about his heart, my grandfather went to see an esteemed cardiac specialist> Synonyms ...

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    Synonyms and antonyms for esteem. 1. esteem (n.) the condition of being honored (esteemed or respected or well regarded). Synonyms: stature,; honour ...

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    Synonyms and antonyms for esteemed. 1. esteemed (adj.) having an illustrious reputation; respected. Synonyms: prestigious,; reputable,; honored. Antonyms:.

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