All Verb Noun
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  • Other sites have been assessed but are not currently under study for development.
  • They say that these should be taken into account when assessing a country's human rights record.
  • A number of measures have been assessed to help those children reach their full potential.
  • The test is then compared to a gold standard test to assess the quality.
  • Whether the subject-matter has a technical character is assessed without reference to the prior art.
  • Once a student or teacher can assess their sight reading ability they can begin to make significant progress.
  • Schools must take students' special education needs into account when assessing their achievements.
  • Site planning generally begins by assessing a potential site for development through site analysis.
  • New knowledge must be incorporated into previously existing information as its value is to be assessed.
  • The in-house crisis management organization began assessing the situation once the scale had become known.
  • The building was officially assessed by the county government as having of interior space.
  • The Australian Federal Government has established two quality systems for assessing university performance.
  • Pictures are also believed to assess meaning more directly than words.
  • Most real property is assessed according to its market value.
  • Each individual program assessed has also been ranked first since the magazine has published individual rankings.
  • A scoring system is used to assess the difficulty of making the turn.
  • The temple was closed to visitors until the damage could be fully assessed.
  • The band Five for fighting took its name from he penalty often assessed for fighting.
  • He set about assessing the situation to determine what actions were needed.
  • Working memory is assessed when the rats enter each arm a single time.
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Root form of assess is ass for the noun.

Meaning of assess

  • noun A pompous fool
  • noun Hardy and sure-footed animal smaller and with longer ears than the horse
  • verb Charge (a person or a property) with a payment, such as a tax or a fine
  • verb Estimate the value of (property) for taxation
    Our house hasn't been assessed in years