Why should you wish so estimable an individual to be locked up?
And what do the wives of our estimable M.P.'s think of all this?
That we must attribute to cats the estimable virtue of benevolence, Mrs F— gives me two anecdotes to prove.
Daggett is anything but dull and inoffensive, and if he can play that estimable rôle——!
"Oh, we have had quite enough of misconceptions," said that estimable lady, with what appeared to be another shot at Wallace.
He was bringing it to his Honor when the estimable gendarme had stopped him.
Still, I have been inclined to wonder how you were getting on with my estimable relatives and connections.
I've liberated my mind, estimable Binkie, with the feathers in his mouth.
Robespierre is estimable only because he has made some fine phrases.
The very best sort; a most estimable fellow,—one of a thousand.
estimable mid-15c., from Fr. estimable, from L. aestimare (see esteem).