Apprize Ap*prize", v. t. [The same as {Appraise}, only more accommodated to the English form of the L. pretiare.] To appraise; to value; to appreciate. [1913 Webster]

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  • apprize — (v.) occasional legalese form of APPRAISE (Cf. appraise), c.1400. Related: Apprized; apprizing …   Etymology dictionary

  • apprize — See appraise, apprise, apprize See apprise, apprize …   Dictionary of problem words and expressions

  • apprize — transitive verb (apprized; apprizing) Etymology: Middle English apprisen, from Anglo French *appriser, from a (from Latin ad ) + preiser, priser to value, prize more at prize Date: 14th century value, appreciate …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • apprize — apprize1 apprizer, n. /euh pruyz /, v.t., apprized, apprizing. Obs. appraise. [1400 50; late ME aprisen < MF apris(i)er, equiv. to a A 5 + prisier to PRIZE2] apprize2 /euh pruyz /, v.t., apprized, apprizing. apprise1. * * * …   Universalium

  • apprize — verb a) To appraise b) To apprise …   Wiktionary

  • apprize — v. inform, notify, make aware; appreciate, raise the value of; estimate, value, appraise …   English contemporary dictionary

  • apprize — or apprise ə prʌɪz verb archaic put a price on. Origin ME: from OFr. aprisier, from a (from L. ad to, at ) + prisier to price, prize , from pris (see price) …   English new terms dictionary

  • apprize — ap·prize …   English syllables

  • apprize — ap•prize [[t]əˈpraɪz[/t]] v. t. prized, priz•ing to appreciate; value • Etymology: 1400–50; < MF apris(i)er= a V+prisier to prize II …   From formal English to slang

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