Appraised [verb]

Definition of Appraised:

judge, estimate

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Sentence/Example of Appraised:

As Bill looked over his oft-appraised stock, it seemed to have lost much of its one-time charm.

And in the drawing-room, where Tanqueray waited for his turn, Jane's family appraised her triumph.

Hunter appraised him as a man very dangerous in his own deceptive way.

The whole point, I repeat, depends upon how much the thing given is worth: let the terms of my promise be appraised.

When the foreign warships were appraised of the intended attack, they prudently got out of range.

Perhaps, however, this impressive quality is rightly appraised; it is no easy task to be solemn.

Bob came running over to the woodshed, and appraised the reddish yellow body admiringly.

His gray eyes appraised Bob keenly and something in their steady, disconcerting stare made Betty uneasy.

Fred, then about fifteen years old, was taken at the appraised value of $400 by a son of the deceased Reel.

Mentally he appraised the prints over the mantelshelf, and reckoned how much of his luxuries might be purchased out of them.