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used in In Cold Blood

6 uses
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to think carefully and make a judgment about something
  • In evaluating the intentions and feelings of others, his ability to separate the real situation from his own mental projections is very poor.
    4 — The Corner (50% in)
  • In fact, Larned is the only place within a radius of two hundred and twenty-five miles where you'll find such men-doctors trained to make serious psychiatric evaluations.
    4 — The Corner (18% in)
  • Yes, sir ... I made a psychiatric evaluation of Mr., Hickock.
    4 — The Corner (46% in)
  • Definitive medical tests are indicated before a complete evaluation can be said to exist... Hickock does show signs of emotional abnormality.
    4 — The Corner (47% in)
  • More extensive evaluation would be necessary to make an exact psychiatric diagnosis, but his present personality structure is very nearly that of a paranoid schizophrenic reaction.
    4 — The Corner (51% in)
  • It is significant that a widely respected veteran in the field of forensic psychiatry, Dr. Joseph Satten of the Menninger Clinic in Topeka, Kansas, consulted with Dr. Jones and endorsed his evaluations of Hickock and Smith.
    4 — The Corner (51% in)

There are no more uses of "evaluate" in In Cold Blood.

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