(also British apprise)[with object]
1 archaic Put a price upon; appraise.‘the sheriff was to apprize the value of the lands’
- ‘In spite of this, they seem to have completely forgotten this principle when they fail to apprize the value of the Wordless Scriptures.’
- ‘We ask the first question in order to apprise the value of further study of Neptune effect.’
- ‘To apprise the value of the contrast agent, it must be compared against a standard.’
- 1.1Value highly; esteem.
- ‘how highly your Highness apprizeth peace’
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