There are several problems involved in assessing the value of such tests.
Yet unfortunately, Americans are not, however, nearly so accurate at assessing national trends.
Sitting on my couch, assessing my apartment, Jim said, “I like that print.”
assessing rape allegations gets still more challenging in the Middle East, where even the suspicion of rape can break families.
My trip takes the reverse path, and I begin by assessing the depth of my Shakespeare knowledge in his birthplace.
The250 plots of these four owners are evidently brought together into a virgate for the purpose of assessing the services.
He was good at assessing physical values, and he felt scared.
They did not object to the tax itself, but to the king's assessing it by his own authority.
Others have forbidden the practice of political committees of assessing office holders for campaign purposes.
Marion said that, no doubt, after a hard day at assessing, such a sight would be soothing to a man.
early 15c., "to fix the amount (of a tax, fine, etc.)," from Anglo-French assesser, from Medieval Latin assessare "fix a tax upon," originally frequentative of Latin assessus "a sitting by," past participle of assidere "to sit beside" (and thus to assist in the office of a judge), from ad- "to" (see ad-) + sedere "to sit" (see sedentary). One of the judge's assistant's jobs was to fix the amount of a fine or tax. Meaning "to estimate the value of property for the purpose of taxing it" is from 1809; transferred sense of "to judge the value of a person, idea, etc." is from 1934. Related: Assessed; assessing.