Possible to estimate: estimable assets; an estimable distance. (adjective)
Deserving of esteem; admirable: an estimable young professor. (adjective)
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Use "estimable" in a sentence
""When a married man becomes what you call estimable," said Donna"
"The 'estimable' critic Ben Davis wows the pseudo Marxists/Socialists, but the guy should actually try and be a real Socialist for one month and then get back to us."
"I am naturally, ...err , flattered that you refer to me as 'estimable', but am surprised that the only answer to the perfectly justified observation I made that it is 'bonkers' to assert that there have been 'deliberate moves' to break up the normal family as an aside, whatever that is is to make this comment:"