The animated hit has had five song-filled episodes, largely featuring original compositions by esteemed TV composer Alf Clausen.
Ryan Lizza - a friend and esteemed political reporter - misses the point in a different way in the New Yorker.
As the daughter of esteemed cookbook editor Maria Guarnaschelli, Alex spent her childhood surrounded by food.
A third, and least esteemed, method is to simply blend red and white wine.
How politically conservative is a president who defends only esteemed, nationally known professors?
Stand for what, my esteemed but cryptic fellow-practitioner?
Nothing is esteemed a miracle, if it ever happen in the common course of nature.
Often called in England the Malvern pear, being much grown about that place; esteemed for perry.
A wounded man is esteemed of little value on the battlefield.
Sometimes the supremacy was given to Pan, who was esteemed Lord of all the elements.
mid-15c., from Middle French estimer (14c.), from Latin aestimare "to value, appraise," perhaps ultimately from *ais-temos "one who cuts copper," i.e. mints money (but de Vaan finds this "not very credible"). At first used as we would now use estimate; sense of "value, respect" is 1530s. Related: Esteemed; esteeming.
(also steem, extyme), mid-14c., "account, worth," from French estime, from estimer (see esteem (v.)). Meaning "high regard" is from 1610s.