Thesaurus / assess

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Mortal arithmetic is impotent to assess the fearful sum-total.
In the case of living lady fictionists, it is too early to assess the merit or forecast the future of their works.
Once again it is my Constitutional duty to assess the state of the Union.
Who is to assess values on an estate that consists of shipping interests, lands, mines, and a host of other things?
THE EVERLASTING ARMSJOSEPH HOCKING
How can it step out of the scales and assess its own weight?
Then the author proceeds to assess the social and ethical conditions which threaten the world with spiritual bankruptcy.
Let this be borne in mind when we assess the moral and material damage done to the Transvaal by the Jameson Raid.
THE WAR IN SOUTH AFRICAARTHUR CONAN DOYLE
It was a statement of fact, but it carried over-tones which they were able to assess correctly.
PLAGUE SHIPANDRE NORTON
Commissioners were named to assess the amount which every landowner was bound to lend, and to examine on oath all who refused.
To assess the value of these pamphlets, 47 mental hygiene experts held a conference at Cornell University.

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