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appraise
used in The Bourne Identity

14 uses
  • He looked at the two men, appraisal in his expression.
    Chapter 35 (44% in)
  • The words were as misplaced as the captain's appraisal of what he saw.
    Chapter 2 (80% in)
  • He walked into a butcher shop, aware that the owner's appraisal of him was not positive, nor the glance friendly.
    Chapter 3 (28% in)
  • Jason wandered through the aisles, studying manikins, touching the fabric, making his own appraisals.
    Chapter 14 (19% in)
  • Where minutes before he had made appraisals, he now made inspections, pulling garments from their individual racks, holding the fabrics up to the light.
    Chapter 14 (27% in)
  • The woman stopped, appraising Bourne's reaction.
    Chapter 17 (65% in)
  • ... There was no joy in that appraisal.
    Chapter 17 (90% in)
  • The appraisal was not loathsome to him; he was Cain.
    Chapter 18 (33% in)
  • Her voice confirmed the appraisal; it was mid-Atlantic, refined in the better finishing schools, and at innumerable polo matches.
    Chapter 19 (21% in)
  • The European walked around in suede gloves, appraising his artistry, and it was artistry.
    Chapter 20 (95% in)
  • It was a quiet laugh, at first even an embarrassed laugh, but the observation was there, the appraisal of foolishness intrinsic to something very deep between them.
    Chapter 23 (77% in)
  • He had all day to work, to refine his strategy, his tactics for the night, but a second, calmer appraisal was in order now.
    Chapter 35 (11% in)
  • Others would come during the day, closer appraisals.
    Chapter 35 (11% in)
  • Bourne walked out of the used clothing store on Third Avenue, pausing in front of the filthy glass window to appraise what he saw.
    Chapter 35 (30% in)

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