Respected, having respect or admiration from others.(adjective)
Simple past tense and past participle of esteem.(verb)
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Use "esteemed" in a sentence
"Mr. Martínez - everyone calls him Maestro - holds a title esteemed among fencers: master of arms."
"McGonagall, who has been credited with some of the most heinous crimes ever perpetrated against the English language, found himself in esteemed company at Lyon and Turnbull in Edinburgh, where his poems fetched more than a collection of Harry Potter first editions signed by J.K. Rowling."
"The duke would have been able to receive certain esteemed visitors in the studiolo — while others waited in the salon — and proceed with them to the external loggia to conclude or continue their discussion while enjoying the magnificent view of the surrounding countryside."