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be held in high esteem

To be regarded with a large amount of respect or admiration. I'll go see if I can persuade the committee, for I am held in high esteem among them. Mr. Ross has always been held in high esteem for all his charity work.
See also: esteem, held, high

hold (someone) in high esteem

To have a large amount of respect or admiration for someone. I'll go see if I can persuade the committee—they hold me in high esteem. I've always held my father in high esteem for his hard work to provide for us.
See also: esteem, high, hold
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Another limitation is the chance that the subject may under or over report symptoms on self-administered questionnaires like Rosenberg self esteem scale.
Club Esteem is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization.
Table 2 details the result of the analysis which shows the comparison of attendees' level of self esteem according to their genders.
Maslow (1954) regarded positive self- esteem as an immune system of spirit.
Self esteem is an assessment of the emotional logical and behavioral facets of the self-concept .
As if, the person obtains point higher than 25, have higher self esteem and person who has more than it, have lower self esteem.
Proper and timely intervention to enhance self- esteem can ultimately lead to better academic outcomes for students; that can be beneficial for laying grounds for a more productive future.
When working with clients with low-self esteem, it is vitally important to match all phases of the therapy to the client's experience.
The aim of this study was to discover the relevant domains underlying self esteem and to develop a scale to measure self esteem according to agreed conceptualization.
Men and women may have doubts about their masculinity and femininity, their values and their self esteem in community.
Since they categorized themselves as unsuccessful learners, their low-self esteem also seemed to accelerate their FL anxiety.
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Unlike the previous sense, here "respect" constitutes a kind of "moral esteem.
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