from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To make a fresh appraisal or evaluation of.
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- v. appraise again
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. appraise anew
Why isn't the Obama team waiting until it has been able to "reappraise" the war effort and figure out what, if anything, would actually work before doubling the number of U.S. troops in Afghanistan?
If there's a big swing down, we need to fundamentally reappraise the model.
I can't wait to reappraise it again but I already know it's an old friend I'm happy to visit with.
It also argues that demonstrating an imported origin would compel "international organizations to reappraise their procedures."
Some states reappraise property values each year, while others do it once every several years.
I think the ridiculous price of ammo these days has made many nimrods reappraise that practice.
Techniques that help patients "emotionally reappraise" their pain rather than ignore it are particularly helpful when patients are afraid they will suffer further injury and become sedentary, experts say.
I think we as a country really need to reappraise our priorities, when some dipstick who kicks a ball around, gets paid more and is held in higher esteem than people who keep the nation safe, be that Nurses/Police/Ambulance etc etc
Films like Performance, The Man Who Fell To Earth and Walkabout (Jenny Agutter and other guests attend this Saturday's screening) still stir the senses with their cubist plotting, evocative imagery and radical subject matter, but this retrospective offers the chance to reappraise overlooked works like Eureka (surely the model for There Will Be Blood) or off-the-rails Dennis Potter collaboration Track 29.
Goldman's partner, Highgate Holdings, helped raise the hotel's occupancy rates, and by 2006 Goldman was able to reappraise the building for $594 million, more than double Goldman's purchase price.
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