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What is the opposite of esteemed?

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Adjective
Opposite of respected, having respect or admiration from others
Adjective
Opposite of noble, venerable, majestic, or awe-inspiring
Adjective
Opposite of famous or widely praised
Adjective
Opposite of cherished or regarded with deep affection
“Her mood shifts when the suspicious death of newspaper tycoon Luther Read, a patriarch unbeloved by his offspring, sets Lucy on the trail of a possible parricide.”
Adjective
Opposite of upstanding, especially law-abiding
“Criminals are some of the most degenerate human beings on our planet.”
Adjective
Opposite of exceeding others in rank, status, quality or importance
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Adjective
Opposite of recognized for one's experience and history in a particular field
“Bruce's band would remain relatively unknown in the music scene until they performed at the Bottom Line Club in New York.”
Adjective
Opposite of having a good reputation, especially in a given field
“When you purchase a pottle, take care, as disreputable vendors often stuff the bottom with paper or overripe berries.”
Adjective
Opposite of respected, having received honor
“Desperate for answers, she turns to a disgraced doctor who practices hypnotism.”
Adjective
Opposite of renowned or celebrated in one's field of influence
Adjective
Opposite of commemorated or remembered, typically from being noteworthy
Adjective
Opposite of designed for customers with a high income
Adjective
Opposite of worthy of respect or admiration
“His application to business was proverbial, though his attention to accounts is often held against him as unworthy of a monarch.”
Adjective
Opposite of praised; held in high esteem
Adjective
Opposite of kind in behavior or actions
“The dictator was known to be miserly and selfish in nature.”
Adjective
Opposite of preferred to all others of the same kind
Verb
Opposite of to have considered
“I disregarded any rigid or mechanical rule in policy-making.”
Verb
Opposite of to have discerned from given information
“I believe you misconstrued his grandiose claims as nothing more than braggadocio.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for respect and admire
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