toggle menu
menu
vocabulary
1000+ books
Go to Book

appreciate
used in A Thousand Acres

10 uses
  • I know all that physical appreciation of the other person stops, but it's nice.
    p. 300.7
  • Mrs. Ericson had a welcoming manner that my mother appreciated but couldn't master.
    p. 46.2
  • Our bond had a peculiar fertility that I was wise enough to appreciate, and also, perhaps, wise enough to appreciate in silence.
    p. 62.9
  • Our bond had a peculiar fertility that I was wise enough to appreciate, and also, perhaps, wise enough to appreciate in silence.
    p. 62.9
  • Her fears were not being realized, and she appreciated that.
    p. 91.6
  • I was appreciating those things about Pete lately, though.
    p. 113.2
  • He appreciated that, especially after me and Rose.
    p. 125.6
  • After all, his dad had died so conveniently, just when the son was old enough to appreciate afresh what the father knew, while they were still working smoothly together, before age made the father unreliable or cantankerous.
    p. 154.3
  • And the fact was, that though I could not imagine my father doing what Rose said he did, I also could not imagine him doing what I was doing then, looking down on his daughters with appreciation and affection, feeling for us the tenderness I felt for Pammy and Linda.
    p. 194.1
  • She eyed me, went gingerly on, "He just looks at it a lot, you know, touches it as if he appreciates it.
    p. 300.5

There are no more uses of "appreciate" in A Thousand Acres.

Typical Usage  (best examples)
Dictionary / pronunciation — Google®Dictionary list — Onelook.com®