Estimable sentence example
- In character he was as estimable as he was brilliant in intellect.
- He is a most estimable man.
- In private life he was in every way estimable, - upright, amiable, devoid of all jealousy, and generous to a fault.
- As a man he was loyal, affectionate, philanthropic and entirely estimable.
- The EIS believes that the new structure of assessments, however estimable the intentions, has become unnecessarily complex.Advertisement
- Conrad possessed military talents, and had many estimable qualities, but he lacked perseverance and foresight, and was hampered by his obligations to the church.
- He was amiable and even estimable, the chief fault of his character being vanity and an incurable tendency towards theatrical effect, which makes his travels, memoirs and other personal records as well as his historical works radically untrustworthy.
- SaintSimon is described as the most estimable and lovable of men, and the most delightful in his relations; he is the worthiest of philosophers.
- In making allowance for the defects (without which they would probably not have appealed to the age) it must be remembered that some of the Rabbis themselves recognized that the Midrashic Haggada was not always estimable.
- Here the opposition between the good spirit of light and the demons of evilbetween Ormuzd and Ahrimans till remained the principal dogma of the creed; while all other gods and angels, however estimable their aid, were but subordinate servants of Ormuzd, whose highest manifestation on earth was not the sun-god Mithras, but the holy fire guarded by his priests.Advertisement
- The most notable and estimable feature of his political conduct was his relation to Queen Victoria, whom he initiated into the duties of sovereign with the most delicate tact and the most paternal and conscientious care.
- Estimable in private life, he was highly susceptible in professional matters, and hence failed to keep on terms with his contemporaries.