For the first time in his life he had now passed hours of happiness in the society of a beautiful girl, who had left him to think of her afterward without a single humiliating remembrance to lower him in his own esteem
I replied to the Bank, sir, that as it was considered necessary, by those who know, and who are so kind as to advise me, that I should go to France, and that as I am an orphan and have no friend who could go with me, I should esteem
it highly if I might be permitted to place myself, during the journey, under that worthy gentleman's protection.
Pumblechook's on the Thursday evening, he said, with his hand upon the parlour lock, "I know, sir, that London gentlemen cannot be expected to patronize local work, as a rule; but if you would give me a turn now and then in the quality of a townsman, I should greatly esteem
The book treats of the weakness of human kind, and is in little esteem
, except among the women and the vulgar.
Ring was now in far greater esteem
with the King than before, and Red was all the more discontented.
I still continued, however, to hold in esteem
the studies of the schools.
Every citizen whose merit may recommend him to the esteem
and confidence of his country.
She received them gracefully, calling each by name, for they were men high in the esteem
and service of her grandfather, and she knew them well.
Remember that she is one of a large family; that as to fortune, it is a most eligible match; and be ready to believe, for everybody's sake, that she may feel something like regard and esteem
for our cousin.
Consideration and esteem
as surely follow command of language as admiration waits on beauty, and here I have opportunity enough for the exercise of my talent, as the chief of my time is spent in conversation.
Doubtless Lizabetha Prokofievna was considered "eccentric" in society, but she was none the less esteemed
: the pity was that she was ceasing to believe in that esteem
Concino Concini, and his wife Galligai, who subsequently shone at the French court, sought to Italianize the fashion, and introduced some Florentine tailors; but Percerin, touched to the quick in his patriotism and his self-esteem
, entirely defeated these foreigners, and that so well that Concino was the first to give up his compatriots, and held the French tailor in such esteem
that he would never employ any other, and thus wore a doublet of his on the very day that Vitry blew out his brains with a pistol at the Pont du Louvre.