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academic lacking immediate practical value; theoretical. [1/4 definitions]
account value or worth. [1/15 definitions]
acey-deucy a form of backgammon that assigns a special value to a throw of a one or a two.
acid test a stringent, crucial, or definitive test of value or quality.
ad valorem of various taxes or customs duties, levied in proportion to the value of goods.
alloy something added that lowers quality or value. [1/5 definitions]
amount the full impact or value; import. [1/4 definitions]
amplitude in physics, the maximum value of an oscillating quantity. [1/3 definitions]
anti (informal) a person opposing a particular group, practice, value, or policy.
appraisal a judgment about the nature, quality, or value of someone or something. [2 definitions]
appraise to determine the monetary value of (something) according to size, quality, and other features. [1/2 definitions]
appreciate to perceive and acknowledge the worth of; value. [2/4 definitions]
appreciation a rise in monetary value. [1/3 definitions]
assess to estimate the value of (something) for tax purposes; value. [1/3 definitions]
avail to be useful or profitable to; be of value to. [3 definitions]
axiology a branch of philosophy that examines the nature of value and various types of values, as in morals, metaphysics, religion, or the like.
balance of trade the difference in value between a country's total imports and its total exports.
base2 of little value or quality; inferior. [1/2 definitions]
bastardize to lower in value; debase. [1/3 definitions]
bauble a showy or gaudy trinket or ornament of little value.
belittle to make (someone or something) seem less in size, value, or importance; depreciate.