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assess
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To Kill a Mockingbird
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as in: assess the situation Define
consider something and make a judgment
  • "I don’t like it, Atticus, I don’t like it at all," was Aunt Alexandra’s assessment of these events.
    p.335.1
  • I wasn’t sure what Jem resented most, but I took umbrage at Mrs. Dubose’s assessment of the family’s mental hygiene.
    p.136.2

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  • They assessed the property’s value at $500,000.
  • He was tasked with assessing the promise of new locations for stores.

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as in: assess the situation Define
consider something and make a judgment
as in: assess a fee Define
charge a tax, fine, or fee
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