estimation (n.) 1
esteem, respect, reputation
CE III.i.102 [Balthasar to Antipholus of Ephesus] that supposed by the common rout / Against your yet ungalled estimation
Cor II.ii.27 [Second Officer to First Officer, of Coriolanus and the people] his ascent is not by such easy degrees as those who, ... bonneted, ... into their estimation and report
Cor V.ii.50 [Menenius to First Watch, of Coriolanus] he would use me with estimation
Cor V.ii.59 [Menenius to First Watch] You shall know now that I am in estimation
H5 [Fluellen to Gower, of Pistol] he is a man of no estimation in the world
Ham II.ii.333 [Hamlet to Rosencrantz, of the players] Do they hold the same estimation they did when I was in the city?
LLL I.i.259 [King reading Armado's letter to him, of Dull] a man of good repute, carriage, bearing, and estimation
MA II.ii.22 [Borachio to Don John, of Claudio] whose estimation do you mightily hold up [also: sense 2]
MM IV.ii.24 [Provost to Abhorson, of Pompey] He cannot plead his estimation with you
MV II.vii.26 [Morocco to himself] If thou be'st rated by thy estimation [also: sense: 2]
Oth I.iii.271 [Othello to all] Let ... all indign and base adversities / Make head against my estimation!
TG II.iv.54 [Valentine to Duke, of Antonio] I know the gentleman / To be of worth, and worthy estimation