Appraisal and Value


Appraisal noun - An opinion on the nature, character, or quality of something.
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Synonyms for Appraisal

Value and appraisal are semantically related in cost topic. In some cases you can use "Value" instead a noun "Appraisal".


Value noun - The amount of money for which something will find a buyer.
Usage example: the real value of that house is close to a million dollars

Appraisal and value are semantically related in financial worth topic. Sometimes you can use "Appraisal" instead a noun "Value".

How words are described

negative negative appraisal negative value

Both words in one sentence

  • It ends up going for $150... the exact middle of the appraisal and a value with a '5' in it.
  • Series / Pawn Stars Except that an on-air appraisal like this wouldn't be a basis for providing proof to an insurer of the value of an item.
  • Worthless Yellow Rocks Specifically, Paul tells sellers to expect to get only 20% of the appraisal value.
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