appraiser[ uh-preyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF appraiser
Synonyms for appraiser
- justice of peace
- legal official
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR APPRAISER
I have taken the inventory of my faculties as calmly as if I were an appraiser.
He recognized the former at once as Mr. Scantlebray, the appraiser.
A theayter cricket is a cricket and not an appraiser, y'understand.
If it is found that the goods are undervalued the value will be raised by the appraiser.
He therefore called out to the appraiser, and asked him what she was going at.
Appraiser, a person employed to value property, and duly licensed to do so by licence taken out every year.
The valuation must be duly set down in writing, and there is a certain fixed scale of charges for the appraiser's services.
The man at once drove the cow to the market, and gave her over for sale to the appraiser of cattle.
She considered it, on the contrary, very pretty, and the appraiser commended its delicacy.
Obtain an appraiser, call in a broker, and divide the spoil by means of any number of vulgar fractions, called purchasers.