Simple past tense and past participle of appraise. (verb)
Examples of word appraised
Therefore, a single-party rule must be appraised from a straight political criterion and not confused by reference to political ideologies or theories.
By then, university officials had had the coins appraised, notified police and placed the money in a safe while awaiting word from investigators.
Specifically it's a proposal that would empower the FHA to ensure troubled loans assuming lenders will voluntarily write them down to an affordable level and that is to say the appraised level of a valued home.
In Houston, an anonymous donor earlier this month dropped in a gold coin appraised at $1,500.
A man may be "appraised" by someone other than his own manager, he may take special company courses and engage in other "developmental" activities and acquire considerable information and inspiration.