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assay to analyze or examine in order to judge; evaluate. [1/8 definitions]
assess to examine and try to discover the extent, quality, or nature of; evaluate; measure. [1/3 definitions]
egoism the tendency to evaluate everything in relation to one's own interests; self-centeredness. (Cf. altruism.) [1/3 definitions]
examination a test used to evaluate knowledge, ability, or fitness. [1/3 definitions]
examine to inspect or evaluate thoroughly. [1/4 definitions]
grade to assign a rank according to quality; give a grade to; evaluate. [1/9 definitions]
judge a person who is qualified to evaluate something or give an opinion. [1/10 definitions]
mark1 to evaluate and judge (schoolwork or the like), often assigning a grade to. [2/16 definitions]
panel a group of persons assembled for a particular purpose, as to investigate or evaluate something. [1/7 definitions]
perspective the ability to perceive the relationships between aspects of a subject and to evaluate their relative importance. [1/4 definitions]
reader a person employed to evaluate manuscripts for publication. [1/5 definitions]
reevaluate combined form of evaluate.
score to evaluate (a test or the like). [1/21 definitions]
self-evaluate combined form of evaluate.
shortsighted unable to evaluate future consequences of present actions; lacking foresight. [1/2 definitions]
sneak preview a single advance screening of a motion picture, usu. done to evaluate the reaction of the audience.
staple2 to separate or evaluate (fibers such as wool) by their quality and length. [1/7 definitions]
taste to experience or evaluate the flavor of by putting into the mouth. [1/14 definitions]
test1 to subject to an examination in order to evaluate knowledge or competency. [2/7 definitions]
think to use one's mind to evaluate, reason, or judge. [1/13 definitions]
touchstone a test or standard by which to evaluate the worth of something. [1/2 definitions]