We have put together a list of words that are similar to APPRAISE.

23 Alternative Words Similar to appraise

1 Measure Verb      Synonym Words Like Measure
2 Evaluate Verb      Synonym Words Like Evaluate
3 Valuate Verb      Synonym Words Like Valuate
4 Assess Verb      Synonym Words Like Assess
5 Value Verb      Synonym Words Like Value
6 Survey Verb      Synonym Words Like Survey
7 Analyse Verb      Synonym Words Like Analyse
8 Analyze Verb      Synonym Words Like Analyze
9 Canvas Verb      Synonym Words Like Canvas
10 Canvass Verb      Synonym Words Like Canvass
11 Examine Verb      Synonym Words Like Examine
12 Judge Verb      Synonym Words Like Judge
13 Study Verb      Synonym Words Like Study
14 Estimate Verb-transitive      Synonym Words Like Estimate
15 Conjecture Verb-transitive      Synonym Words Like Conjecture
16 Praise Verb-transitive      Synonym Words Like Praise
17 Commend Verb-transitive      Synonym Words Like Commend
18 Rate Verb      Hyponym Words Like Rate
19 Score Verb      Hyponym Words Like Score
20 Reassess Verb      Hyponym Words Like Reassess
21 Grade Verb      Hyponym Words Like Grade
22 Mark Verb      Hyponym Words Like Mark
23 Reevaluate Verb      Hyponym Words Like Reevaluate

2 examples of appraise

1 to appraise goods and chattels
2 access all the factors when taking a risk

10 definitions of appraise

1 To set a value; to estimate the worth of, particularly by persons appointed for the purpose.
2 To estimate; to conjecture.
3 To praise; to commend.
4 evaluate or estimate the nature, quality, ability, extent, or significance of
5 consider in a comprehensive way
6 To evaluate, especially in an official capacity.
7 To estimate the quality, amount, size, and other features of; judge. See Synonyms at estimate.
8 . To value; prize.
9 To value in current money; officially set a price upon; estimate the value of: used especially of the action of a person or persons appointed for the purpose, under direction of law or by agreement of persons interested: as, to appraise the goods and estate of a deceased person, or goods taken under a distress for rent.
10 To estimate generally, in regard to quality, service, size, weight, etc.
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