Usage examples for evaluate

  1. Regularly evaluate your online sources critically, and discard those costing you more than they are worth. – The Online World by Odd de Presno
  2. Honesty compelled him to evaluate himself as young and inexperienced, not especially noted among his own kind for brilliantly incisive judgment. – The Short Life by Francis Donovan
  3. These behavioral criteria, too, could each be spread on a continuum to evaluate the effects of this aim of nursing on a patient's actual comfort status at any particular point in time. – Humanistic-Nursing by Paterson, Josephine G.
  4. Except for the sing- song ringing in his head he might have been able to think clearly enough to evaluate his own position. – The Instant of Now by Irving E. Cox, Jr.
  5. Here on May 12, 1607 colonists went ashore to evaluate a spot as a site for their initial settlement. – The First Seventeen Years: Virginia 1607-1624 by Charles E. Hatch
  6. Almost all of the stuff is up in the air, which makes it hard to evaluate. – Martyr by Alan Edward Nourse
  7. The historian is in a better position to evaluate the treaty. – Union and Democracy by Allen Johnson
  8. One who attempts to estimate and evaluate those eight years of multifarious activity will find it difficult to separate the transient and spectacular from the permanent and fundamental. – Contemporary American History, 1877-1913 by Charles A. Beard
  9. The work itself he could neither fathom nor evaluate. – The Goose Man by Jacob Wassermann
  10. She hadn't made up her mind about Major Quillan, but until she could evaluate him more definitely, it might be best to go by appearances. – Legacy by James H Schmitz
  11. As individuals vary considerably in their sensibility to different wave- lengths, the visibility curve represents an average, but it is the only standard we have with which to evaluate the energy we call light. – The Nature of Animal Light by E. Newton Harvey
  12. He had showed Pierce a new facet to his operations, one which Pierce could not anticipate immediately, one in which only he, Bryce, could make the snap decisions and evaluate the immediate responses demanded of him. – The Man Who Staked the Stars by Charles Dye
  13. It seeks to evaluate on a more factual basis the traditional ideas regarding these and similar problems, that have been developed largely from circumstantial criteria. – A Quantitative Study of the Nocturnal Migration of Birds. Vol.3 No.2 by George H. Lowery.
  14. It is supposed that per capita consumption may not increase as fast in the future as in the past, that possibly an absorption point will be reached, and that there will be limits to transportation and distribution; but how to evaluate these factors no one knows. – The Economic Aspect of Geology by C. K. Leith
  15. Every man watching and listening in the Machine's auditoriums across the world was familiar with the swift processes by which a normal human being was transformed into a babbling puppet, his every significant thought becoming available for the upper echelons to regard and evaluate. – Oneness by James H. Schmitz
  16. It is a similar attempt to scrutinize and evaluate the significant aspects of the interdependent thought and conduct of our day from the standpoint of religion which is here attempted. – Preaching and Paganism by Albert Parker Fitch
  17. Three months later I went into the abandoned workshop to help evaluate his small amount of property. – Romance of the Rabbit by Francis Jammes
  18. We evaluate not only what he does, but also what he thinks; we praise him or we disapprove of him because of his sayings, that is, his thoughts, and we call upon him to correct those thoughts which he should not entertain. – The Reform of Education by Giovanni Gentile