appraise[ uh-preyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF appraise
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR APPRAISE
She was little concerned with the morality of her course as others might appraise it.
The only standard by which the majority of us appraise our work is man's.
It would have been easier to appraise had there been a workable alternative.
To collect, scrutinise, and appraise facts is his chief business.Science.
Its efficiency is not the efficiency which the business engineer is fitted to appraise.
One by one she could appraise her own possessions, and those they fabled of her.
We can now appraise the true magnitude of the errors which have been made.
He had given her the best that was in him and had made bold enough to appraise her of it.
Maybe you'll tell me how you're going to appraise property in the dark!
You must have the key if it's one of the places I'm supposed to appraise.