appreciate[ uh-pree-shee-eyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF appreciate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR APPRECIATE
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.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR APPRECIATE
- figure out
- have in mind
- mull over
- put on one's thinking cap
- rack one's brains
- sort out
- stop to consider
- take under consideration
- turn over
- use one's head
- abide by
- adhere to
- be awed by
- be kind to
- comply with
- defer to
- have good opinion of
- have high opinion
- look up to
- observe of
- pay attention
- set store by
- show consideration
- show courtesy
- take into account
- think highly of