- es·ti·ma·ble·ness, noun
- es·ti·ma·bly, adverb
- non·es·ti·ma·ble, adjective
- non·es·ti·ma·ble·ness, noun
- non·es·ti·ma·bly, adverb
- un·es·ti·ma·ble, adjective
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How to use estimable in a sentence
Tucked somehow within his madhouse autumns as the estimable 11th-year Stanford football coach, Shaw got to observe in real time both Texas A&M 74, LSU 72, in seven overtimes, in 2018, and Illinois 20, Penn State 18, in nine overtimes, on Saturday.You might not like college football’s new overtime rules, but do you have a better plan? | Chuck Culpepper | October 28, 2021 | Washington Post
Who we are is enough without commodities and other people, but in-group admission and approval — and the sense of safety and belonging that comes with it — feels like the estimable thing we need to gain in order to self-actualize.
Now the estimable Cook Report has moved the race from Lean Republican to a Toss-Up.Mark Sanford Ditched by NRCC, but Counting Him Out Would Be Unwise | John Avlon | April 18, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
To save himself, Nixon nominated the estimable Elliot Richardson to be his new attorney general.
He was a most estimable person, but he never ignored an opportunity to talk with a new and interesting woman.Ancestors | Gertrude Atherton
You must imagine this sound as something between a grunt and a groan, that the estimable lady gave vent to whenever put out.Elster's Folly | Mrs. Henry Wood
As sons of Freedom you are now called upon to defend your most estimable blessings.
I am still a Loafer; Jim is a most estimable member of the gentlest society; and this is how it all came about.The Chequers | James Runciman
And with this show of humility, which may not have been entirely sincere, this estimable lady took her departure.The Circular Study | Anna Katharine Green
British Dictionary definitions for estimable
worthy of respect; deserving of admiration: my estimable companion
- estimableness, noun
- estimably, adverb
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