Esteemable

Related to Esteemable: estimable

Es`teem´a`ble


a.1.Worthy of esteem; estimable.
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The trainer, who also runs Esteemable, said: "Spirit Raiser certainly has this race in her blood as her mum won it a few years ago for us.
In esteemable company she maybe but the singer is worthy of grand comparisons.
There's an old saying that applies here: You get self-esteem by doing esteemable acts.
Francine Ward, an achievement coach and author, most recently of 52 Weeks of Esteemable Acts: A Guide to Right Living (Hazelden; $12.
After Tardy's rousing speech, Francine Ward, author of Esteemable Acts (www.
John Alvis speculates that, from Strauss, "Kendall could have learned that his majoritarian premises were not only less than self-evident, but, at least from the perspective of an esteemable tradition of great political thinkers, quite evidently false.
In so doing, I have greater ease in working with my clients in a manner that is consistent with what Ellis (Boyd & Grieger, 1986; Ellis, 1976; Ellis & Harper, 1975) regards as inelegant (people have worth, are esteemable and good, because they exist).
For those haunted by past disappointments and failures, Francine Ward's refreshing, inspiring and life-affirming book Esteemable Acts: 10 Actions for Building Real Self-Esteem offers a way to move forward.
She made the boldest of bids to make all at the Yorkshire circuit last time, succumbing only to James Fanshawe's highly progressive Esteemable in the final strides.
He's one of the UK's finest comedians, showcasing his ample talent on such esteemable comedic TV vehicles as Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow, and he's equally at home off camera, as one of the lead writers on the hit BBC Three show Russell Howard's Good News.
That kind of insurmountable courage, detailed in the book Esteemable Acts: 10 Actions for Building Beal Self-Esteem (Broadway; $23.