appreciate

[ uh-pree-shee-eyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF appreciate

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Flossy, dear Flossy, this is such a difference as even you cannot appreciate!

Mr. Roberts, at least, was prepared to appreciate its transformation.

"Anyhow, I appreciate that hat," was the reply, with a dry chuckle.

This is what the commentators and critics hitherto have failed to appreciate.

We should regard and appreciate them as a precious gift of God.

What am I going to say to make you know how I appreciate your lovely, lovely gift?

I can't, you know, though I appreciate your kindness all the same.

I have not seen much of you, but that little is enough to make me appreciate your character.

She cannot appreciate the good that is in him: she will neither see it, nor value it, nor cherish it.

He does not seem to appreciate how specialized they are for pleasure.

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