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to make a judgment as to the worth or value of

Synonyms for appraise

evaluate or estimate the nature, quality, ability, extent, or significance of

consider in a comprehensive way

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Three readily applicable modes of discourse include these: designative, appraisive, and prescriptive statements--or designations, appraisals, and prescriptions.
He noted that a contested concept emerges when the concept is appraisive and internally complex and when its rules of application are relatively open.
In other words, what is it about rules that we may successfully employ them in appraisive activities such as judging the actions of others?
When a student in one of his classes made some judgmental or appraisive statement, McDougal was likely to ask: "Who are you?
The appraisive section evaluates the object in the light of social goals.
Since the appraisive term, "theoretical richness," is unexplicated, what is the context in which it should be understood?
40] Gallie maintains that the history of the concept of art |discloses a growing recognition of the fact that the word "art" is most usefully employed, not as a descriptive term standing for certain indicatable properties, but as an appraisive term accrediting a certain kind of achievement'.