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disesteem (v.)

"consider with disregard or slight contempt," 1590s, from dis- + esteem (v.). Perhaps modeled on Old French desestimer. Related: Disesteemed; disesteeming; disestimation.

updated on August 27, 2018

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Definitions of disesteem from WordNet
1
disesteem (v.)
have little or no respect for; hold in contempt;
Synonyms: disrespect
2
disesteem (n.)
the state in which esteem has been lost;
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