We appraise the legacy of 9/11 through politics and the news, but side effects include numbness.
During gallery hours, he is seated at a desk, ready to “appraise” works of art as they come through the door.
As I listen to the TV hosts jackhammering over the soft Southern accents of the guests, I appraise butts.
First he arranged with Valasco to identify as nearly as possible, and to appraise, the French and Italian pictures.
We can now appraise the true magnitude of the errors which have been made.
No one born out of Little Arcady can appraise the revolutionary character of this circumstance at anything like its true value.
Maybe you'll tell me how you're going to appraise property in the dark!
We must appraise the events of 1942 according to their relative importance; we must exercise a sense of proportion.
His calling was a different one, and he was wont to appraise it lower.
He was absorbed in thinking of the evening before, and in trying to appraise each of Loo's words and looks.
c.1400, "to set a value on," from stem of Old French aprisier "apraise, set a price on" (14c., Modern French apprécier), from Late Latin appretiare "value, estimate," from ad- "to" (see ad-) + pretium "price" (see price (n.)). Original English spelling apprize altered by influence of praise. Related: Appraised; appraising.