The past year had taken a heavy toll on him, but he didn’t appreciate seeing proof in the mirror.
Fache was not aware there even existed a mathematical progression that qualified as famous, and he certainly didn’t appreciate Sophie’s off-handed tone.
And someday, you’ll learn to appreciate them as much as I do.
Sophie repeated, clearly not appreciating being left out of the discussion.
Despite the estimated five days it would take a visitor to properly appreciate the 65,300 pieces of art in this building, most tourists chose an abbreviated experience Langdon referred to as "Louvre Lite"—a full sprint through the museum to see the three most famous objects: the Mona Lisa, Venus de Milo, and Winged Victory.
Silas sat up now, rubbing his stiff muscles, his emotions a torrent of incredulity, appreciation, and confusion.
He never appreciated being awoken early on a Saturday morning, but it was particularly distasteful that he had been called in to oversee the arrest of one of his most lucrative clients.
I am disappointed and surprised, Robert, that you do not appreciate the extent to which you are in my debt.
Captain, considering what you have at stake here tonight, I thought you might appreciate knowing that Jacques Saunière might be playing games with you.
There are no more uses of "appreciate" in the book.