appraisal

[ uh-prey-zuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF appraisal

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR APPRAISAL

But whatever the results of his scrutiny and appraisal might be he kept them entirely to himself.

We are instinctively lenient with our appraisal of the dead.

I could not exactly subscribe to Jetta's appraisal of her parent, but I did not say so.

Through his passion Tolliver recognized the justice of that appraisal.

A closer look convinced Marcus that his first appraisal had been wrong.

Through the veil she perceived and interpreted his appraisal.

They formed a board of appraisal, with Westbury as chairman.

"Better not," laughed the doctor, with a keen glance of appraisal.

He somehow wanted to get rid of Mildred's appraisal of his goods.

And at his agent's appraisal, Carrol looked shocked and grieved.

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