Thesaurus / appraiser
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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The valuation must be duly set down in writing, and there is a certain fixed scale of charges for the appraiser's services.

For, feeling my eyes upon her, she looked up and met what she must have thought the impudent stare of an appraiser.

To Have and To HoldMary Johnston

The man at once drove the cow to the market, and gave her over for sale to the appraiser of cattle.

The Book of NoodlesW. A. Clouston

Appraiser, a person employed to value property, and duly licensed to do so by licence taken out every year.

It was as if the tobacco pouch and the appraiser's receipt were in his own pocket; and broad rivers made capital graveyards.

The Drums Of JeopardyHarold MacGrath

He recognized the former at once as Mr. Scantlebray, the appraiser.

In the Roar of the SeaSabine Baring-Gould

He therefore called out to the appraiser, and asked him what she was going at.

The Book of NoodlesW. A. Clouston

The appraiser is some disinterested person of good judgment, perhaps from an adjoining town, who knows none of the competitors.

A theayter cricket is a cricket and not an appraiser, y'understand.

Worrying Won't WinMontague Glass

Mr. Girard, the appraiser, felt in his inmost soul that Robert Hooker knew something about it.

The Unpublishable MemoirsA. S. W. Rosenbach

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.