self-esteem

(redirected from High esteem)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Wikipedia.
Related to High esteem: held in high esteem, hold in high esteem
See: pride
References in periodicals archive ?
He said that PHA holds in high esteem its employees who perform their duty efficiently and honestly.
Any player who leaves the club through no fault of their own is always held in high esteem.
Saudi Arabia has always supported Pakistan and our government and people hold Saudi leadership, the entire Royal family and the people of the country in a very high esteem.
Official spokesman of the Association Alaaeddine Saidi voiced, on the occasion, the high esteem he vows to the President of the Republic for the care he lends to this file.
recognised in Westminster, where she is held in high esteem by influential MPs Steve Rotheram and Andy Burnham, and the mum-oftwo from Aigburth has no intention of Her work has been recognised in Westminster, where she is held in high esteem by influential MPs Steve Rotheram and Andy Burnham, and the mum-oftwo from Aigburth has no intention of slowing down now as she plots how to grow Everton in every sense.
This team of detectives are held in high esteem across the world for bringing gangsters to book by hitting them in their pockets.
While Padilla is an honorable enough fellow and worthy of some praise, the over-the-top display of congratulatory sentiment revealed the high esteem in which council members hold themselves and, conversely, the lack of regard they have for the public, which has gotten so little back from the nation's highest-paid municipal officials over the years.
Holland coach Marco van Basten would not condemn the Aussies and holds Viduka in high esteem.
Demonstrating the qualities of a role model and being held in high esteem by their peers.
These and many other achievements earned him fame and prestige long after the stroke that felled him; now, two hundred years after his birth, he remains held in high esteem across Britain.
Joe Volpe, MP, 58--Although once held in high esteem in Canada's pro-life community, the former immigration and human resources minister has fallen out of favour both because he accepts abortion in limited circumstances, according to a Campaign Life Coalition assessment, and because he flip-flopped to support same-sex "marriage" after speaking against it in 2003 (LSN, March 8, 2005).
But the two men held each other in high esteem regardless of the opinions of those who tried to dictate public taste, and the author makes a strong case for each man's remarkable contributions.

Full browser ?