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1. Possible to estimate: estimable assets; an estimable distance.
2. Deserving of esteem; admirable: an estimable young professor.

[Middle English, from Old French, from Latin aestimābilis, from aestimāre, to value.]

es′ti·ma·ble·ness n.
es′ti·ma·bly adv.
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interest in not letting what it has invested in Afghanistan in the last ten years " estimably something like $ 1.
Area of Practical Application: The second order radio model (Type I) is designed for applications where the internodal distance between one sensor node and another is estimably of medium length and the WSN is averagely of medium size [8], [15].
Several productions estimably go where theatre--of all the fine arts--goes best: into the political via the personal.