Appraiser [noun]

Definition of Appraiser:

person who arbitrates

Opposite/Antonyms of Appraiser:


Sentence/Example of Appraiser:

You are an expert appraiser of art, and you take good fees from various dealers.

Mr. Girard, the appraiser, felt in his inmost soul that Robert Hooker knew something about it.

He then began coughing very much, and she estimated his life with an appraiser's eye as he sank back ghastly pale.

For, feeling my eyes upon her, she looked up and met what she must have thought the impudent stare of an appraiser.

There will be no need for the most querulous appraiser to find fault with Mr. Holliday on the score of over-eulogy.

The appraiser is some disinterested person of good judgment, perhaps from an adjoining town, who knows none of the competitors.

And a compact might be made, subject to the arbitration of a sworn appraiser.

He recognized the former at once as Mr. Scantlebray, the appraiser.

Besides this passport the wallet contained a will, ten bonds, a custom appraiser's receipt and a sheaf of gold bills.

It was as if the tobacco pouch and the appraiser's receipt were in his own pocket; and broad rivers made capital graveyards.