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assess
used in A Prayer for Owen Meany

6 uses
  • I'M CERTAINLY INCLINED TO AGREE WITH KENNEDY'S ASSESSMENT OF THE VIETNAMESE PROBLEM—WAY BACK IN NINETEEN SIXTY-THREE.
    p. 495.0
  • And if my grandparents accepted Mr. Merrill's assessment of my mother's voice, why did they object so bitterly to her spending one night a week in Boston?
    p. 15.9
  • " To observe the terror upon my fellow townspeople's faces was entirely convincing; it was obvious that they agreed with Mr. Fish's assessment of this ghost's fearful qualities.
    p. 247.3
  • While Ginger Brinker-Smith, as a younger mother, had claimed our attention, we now (for the most part) coolly assessed our peers.
    p. 291.8
  • Graham McSwiney assessed me, as if he feared I might represent an elderly paternity suit.
    p. 360.3
  • She had a pretty voice—as I've described it—but Mr. McSwiney's assessment of her voice was consistent with my memory of her; she did not have a strong voice, she was not ever as powerful as Mr. McSwiney's previous pupil had sounded to Owen and me through a closed door.
    p. 361.5

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