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Use "disesteeming" in a sentence
"But what shall we call a disesteeming, an opposing, or (indeed) a mocking of God: if those men do not oppose Him, disesteem Him, and mock Him, that think it enough for God, to ask Him forgiveness at leisure, with the remainder and last drawing of a malicious breath?"
"As early as the fourth century there infected the Christian church (partly under the prompting, or at least the countenance of non-Christian influences) a spiritualistic view of the naturally-sensuous, — a practical disesteeming of the same in comparison with the spiritual; and the Middle Ages followed in general the same tendency; the Reformation returned to the primitive Christian and biblical view."
"Our disesteeming view of the European debt crisis cannot prevent the inevitable; a surging dollar short-term wreaking havoc on US exports, thus slowing the economy, and, possible seizing the international credit system."