(New American Roget's College Thesaurus)
v. t. consider, gauge, judge; value, appraise, evaluate, rate, assess, measure; compute, reckon, calculate. —n. judgment, opinion, appraisal, report, criticism; calculation.
(Roget's IV) n.
1. [An appraisal of the value of something]
Syn. evaluation, assessment, appraisal, estimation, valuation, appraisement, calculation, gauging, rating, assay, survey, measure, mensuration, reckoning; see also judgment 2 .
2. [Opinion]
Syn. judgment, appraisal, estimation, view; see judgment 3 .
3. [A considered guess]
Syn. approximation, estimation, educated guess, guesstimate*; see guess .
1. [To make a rough or tentative appraisal]
Syn. appraise, approximate, rate, value, evaluate, count, number, reckon, guess, judge, gauge, figure, measure, calculate, figure costs, assess, assay, account, compute, prepare an estimate, furnish an estimate, set a value on, set a figure, budget, prepare a budget, do the cost accounting, get figures for, guesstimate*, give a ballpark figure*; see also calculate 1 .
Ant. check, measure*, verify.
2. [To form an opinion about]
Syn. consider, reckon, figure, evaluate, appraise, suspect, predict, suppose, prophesy, reason, think, expect, regard, judge, deem, view, rate, class, rank, look upon, surmise, conjecture, determine, decide, conclude, size up*.
Syn.- estimate , in this comParison, refers broadly to the forming of a personal opinion or judgment; appraise implies the aim of giving an accurate or expert judgment, as of value or worth [ to appraise a New house ] ; evaluate also connotes an attempt at an exact judgment, but rarely with reference to value in terms of money [ let us evaluate the evidence ] ; rate implies assignment of comparative value, quality, etc. [ he is rated the best in his field ] See also Synonym Study at calculate .
(Roget's 3 Superthesaurus)
guess, *guesstimate, calculation, rough figure, educated guess, *ballpark figure, projection, evaluation, judgment.
guess, *guesstimate, calculate, give a rough figure, give an educated guess, *give a ballpark figure, project, evaluate, judge, reckon, appraise, gauge, suppose.
(Roget's Thesaurus II) I verb 1. To calculate approximately: approximate, place, put, reckon, set1. See PRECISE. 2. To make a judgment as to the worth or value of: appraise, assay, assess, calculate, evaluate, gauge, judge, rate1, size up, valuate, value. Idiom: take the measure of. See VALUE. II noun 1. The act or result of judging the worth or value of something or someone: appraisal, appraisement, assessment, estimation, evaluation, judgment, valuation. See VALUE. 2. A rough or tentative calculation: approximation, estimation. See PRECISE.

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